Spring Break may be here, even if spring, the season, has not yet gotten the memo. This means that while some days may be great for sending the children outside to enjoy the fresh air, you may need a Plan B to keep them engaged and active. So, in this blog, we’re going to provide you with that Plan B, as well as Plans C, D, E ...
Learning can be fun!
In previous entries, we’ve shared ideas for activities that are perfect for at-home learning when children are on break from school. This content still rings true today and includes:
- Journaling for Kids
- Kid-friendly, Safe Science at Home
- Learning Math in Real Life
- Religious Learning at Home
- Writing Resources for School and Beyond
It’s a (play)date!
When you’re young, especially around the middle grades, not seeing your friends for a couple of days can be “devastating.” Invite your child’s friends over for a playdate; it will make them happy and give you some time to do things that bored little ones won’t allow. And, if you’d like some adult company, make it a parent playdate as well.
On the road to learning …
If staying in the house makes you a little stir crazy, how about taking a fun educational field trip within our own state? Below are two of our blogs and two more that offer exciting suggestions that will make the whole family want to tag along:
- 5 Edu-vacation Spots in Connecticut
- Exploring History Through Museum Visits
- Things To Do on Spring Break in CT
- Winter / Spring Break Programs
What do you have planned for your children during Spring Break? Let us know on our social media pages.