Finding activities that you can bond over with your kids is important. It gives both of you something to talk about, a shared experience, and when done correctly, a stronger bond between the two of you. One activity that is a little stereotypical, but also still relevant, is going fishing with your kids. This does not have to be limited to just your sons. Your daughter can also tag along, and depending on how you treat the experience, it can be a really fun activity. So, if you have not already, you should dabble with the idea of going on a fishing trip with them soon.
Fishing is a great teaching experience regardless of the age your kid might be. You can teach them valuable lessons like how it takes time and effort to get what we want in life, how to be grateful for the food that comes to our table, and how to treat the fish we catch with respect as we end their lives. In case you are not fishing for consumption, then you can teach them how to safely unhook the fish and put them back in the water. All of these are very important lessons and especially more so if your children are still young and learning about things.
It can also be a great bonding activity since you guys can work together to get the bait and everything on board, hook bait on the line, and then pull together and be excited for each other whenever something might latch onto the line. These small joys and activities can be very meaningful not just for you, but for your kids as well since they will end up cherishing these moments and memories for the rest of their life. So, take your kids fishing and see how it goes.