It’s that time of the year again.
Somehow we are already two months into 2019 and need a plan for our favorite time of the year: SPRING BREAK.
Whether you live in comfortable 70-degree weather or the freezing cold or you work full-time and have many different schedules to think about, we want to help you plan something special for your tiny adventurer.
There’s a ton out there to consider, and we’ve narrowed it down to these 5 routes of fun:
2. There’s a ton to see right here in the U.S., too. Plan a road trip to your nearest National Park or maybe even take a stroll down Dinosaur Trail. An America the Beautiful National Park Pass will get you in every national park for an annual fee of $80. And if you have a fourth grader, jackpot! Your family can visit parks for free.
4. Enjoy a one-of-a-kind staycation by camping in your backyard (or even in your living room). Put up your tent, make s’mores, play games, and gaze at the stars with your little one. You can even turn it into the coolest sleepover by inviting friends!
5. While the kids are out of school, think of fun projects projects, crafts, and skills they can learn during their time off. Perhaps teach them some easy recipes (who doesn’t love snacks?), or work on a special art project with them.