March Break Activities

Lisa - posted on 03/14/2010 ( 6 moms have responded )

23

43

0

I am late planning our kids (3-6 years old) march break activities, any suggestion that won't break the bank? What are you doing this week and where do you go?

If you see this, leave this form field blank.
Powered by RESPECT not THUMPS

6 Comments

View replies by

Salisha - posted on 02/22/2012

13

11

1

Send your kids to kidscancook for March break camp.

classes are at 5:30pm Monday to Friday and last 1.5 hours.



they will make a nutritious recipe from scratch! Its fun and Delicious. Its on sale at HaltonDeals right now for only $89.



www.haltondeals.info

[deleted account]

it's irritating when people knowingly go out in public sick when they know they can spread what they have, if they don't know it's different but when they do know it makes me mad.

Lisa - posted on 03/19/2010

23

43

0

Yeah, last year I took them to Science center in the city during March Break. Not only it was packed but they got sick after. Since there were so many kids and none of them washed their hands as often as they could, they got flu. And the media told us that there were definitely flu going around during that week given number of kids frequently touch everything.

[deleted account]

i agree. we very rarely travel. now when i do get to go home its like 1-2 times a year. things are so expensive these days. just going back and forth to the store or his moms adds up in gas. usually when we stayed home on breaks my dad had to work so when he would get home at night he would take us fishing,or we would go walk trails at the park, and we did movie and game nights.

Lisa - posted on 03/17/2010

23

43

0

Thank you for the link, it is quite helpful when expensive outings to Museums and theme park or trip to out-of-town excursion are adding up. It is hard to think of new ideas when you stay in town for the whole week, especially some of the moms are still working during this week at some points.

[deleted account]

is there a park nearby? we used to like going to the park and walking the trails and stuff. and with kids you can have a little scavenger hunt before you start and let them take what they found and maybe make posters with them. http://www.education.com/activity/ theres a website i found. i dont know if you were wanting to go someplace or not, but those are a list of things that can be done at home that seem pretty neat for kids.

If you see this, leave this form field blank.
Powered by RESPECT not THUMPS

Join Circle of Moms

Sign up for Circle of Moms and be a part of this community! Membership is just one click away.

Join Circle of Moms