How about trying a new playground this weekend? We have a full list of unique outdoor playgrounds, indoor playgrounds with inflatable, trampolines and games, and skate parks perfect for the boarder in your family.
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Check out this cool project from Build/Make/Craft/Bake. Perfect for a home craft, scout-group project or camp activity. The supplies are simple and you can use your prints to identify plants or make an awesome card — let’s say for Mothers Day!
Experience a little bit of Disney Magic every morning at the Disney Store. It’s a little known secret: the first guest at a Disney Store is given the special honor of opening the store.
One of our favorite tricks in Bart King’s “Big Book of Boy Stuff” is how to win at arm wrestling. Honestly, this works every time!
Bring out your creative side next time you pack your kids’ lunch. Get ideas for painting on sandwich bags or directly on bread. Your kids will love the lunchtime surprise!
Dana Warf offers a free kids fishing clinic every Sunday, 12-12:30 p.m. Learn new fishing techniques, hook-tying secrets, win raffle prizes and more. FYI: After the clinic, they offer a half-day fishing trip at 12:45. One child will get a free trip per paying adult. Rental gear is included.
The Lost Ladybug Project collects information about ladybugs and why some species have had rapid population declines. This is where you come in. They are looking for participants to find and photograph ladybugs in their neighborhoods.
Join Kidsguide’s Culture Club and get a free snazzy magnet. Go to three cultural activities before summer’s over and you’ll be entered to win a cool prizes! Click here for details.
Most local museums offer a free admission day. And we’re lucky to have so many wonderful options to choose from. Keep this list handy for a spontaneous free family outing.
Who doesn’t love to relax in a hammock? With the weather being a bit tricky in spring, you can bring the lounging inside with this easy-to-make version––perfect for young kids. It also doubles as a great fort and napping spot. Win, win!