From Summer Activities for Children, Part 1:
Arrange for a field trip or tour of a place where your child can see people (and maybe talk to people) who are working at a job that she plays about when she is pretending or if she is older that she seems interested in as a future occupation.
It can be a virtual tour by looking for a TV or video that is about that job.
Talk over all that you learn. Art or writing projects are great ways to make a record of an experience.
Come back to Daily Parenting Tips each day for another fun activity.
See more activities at Summer Activities for Children (2015), Part 1.