Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Low cost but maximum fun staycation ideas
It’s Spring Break time again! If you are traveling, have a safe trip. If you are staying close to home, then get ready for some fun in your own living room. Pinterest Week – My daughter and I love Pinterest. From craft ideas to recipes for mouthwatering chocolate treats to science experiments for kids, we pin all kinds of fun and creative ideas. However what is the fun of pinning, if you don't get to try out these ideas? Spring Break week is the perfect time to choose some of your favorite ideas and make it a party. Sit down with the kids and pick one activity or craft and one recipe to make every day of Spring Break. Invite some friends over to try their ideas, too. Then create a new Pinterest Board to highlight the ideas you loved best. …
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Sue Kirchner is a family fun coach, kids party planner, and weekly contributor to Patch.com. This week, Kirchner has advice for District 158 families enjoying Spring Break.
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Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Staying close to home for Spring Break this year? Good, because you’re going to have a blast. With a little creativity and planning, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the time off with your family. Be careful, your kids may ask to stay home every year. Rediscover your City Act like a tourist and take some time to visit or revisit your local Museums and tourist attractions. In Chicago, head over to the Shedd Aquarium, Art Institute, or Field Museum for some downtown fun. We recently enjoyed the Chicago History Museum. I’ve lived in the area for over 30 years and had never been. Kidgrade.com and OntheGoChicago.com have some great ideas for things to do that week in the city. Oakleesguide.com and Kidwinks.com have you covered for the …
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Who knew staying home for Spring Break could be so much fun?
Sue Kirchner is a family fun coach, kids party planner, and weekly contributor to Patch.com. Sue and her family fun ideas have been featured on TV, newspapers, magazines, blogs, as well as her own family fun resource blog ChocolateCakeMoments.com. Staying close to home for Spring Break this year? Good, because you’re going to have a blast. With a little creativity and planning, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the time off with your family. Be careful, your kids may ask to stay home every year. Here are some fun ideas for your Spring Break staycation: Most important unplug and have fun. Even though you are home , don’t get distracted by work or home projects. Get out your planner and pick which days to do something special or plan a “…
Sunday, April 10, 2011
Share your Spring Break 2011 photos with Huntley Patch.