7 Fun-Filled Spring Break Activities for Kids

Whether you’re planning to stay indoors or venture outside, here are 7 fun and simple spring break activities to keep your kids entertained throughout the week!

Host a Family Movie Night: Turn your living room into a cozy movie theater and host a family movie marathon. Pick a selection of classic favorites or new releases, grab some popcorn and blankets, and enjoy an evening of cinematic fun for the whole family. 

Explore a Museum: Plan a trip to a museum and spend some time wandering the exhibits. Whether it’s an art, science, or history museum, your kids are sure to learn a thing or two along the way. Some museums are free on certain days of the week or offer discounts for kids, so remember to check before you go. 

Free and Fun STEAM Activities: Explore coding and robotics at home with Ozobot Evo. Kids can learn programming concepts on-screen and screen-free with Color Codes, allowing hands-on engagement to make learning fun!  If you have an Evo coding robot, discover a few Spring-themed lessons and easy STEAM activities in Ozobot Classroom, our free online lesson portal.  

Bake in the Kitchen: Baking gets kids involved in the kitchen, and sets them up for a tasty treat. For those with older children, have a bake-off! Each family member prepares a baked good and compares to see whose is the tastiest! 

Create a Scavenger Hunt: Scavenger hunts are one of our favorite spring break activities because they encourage children to engage with the world around them. You can organize a scavenger hunt by creating a list of items for your kids to find, from the living room to the backyard. The list can be as simple as specific items to find in their environment, like leaves or books. Or you can make it more of a learning exercise where they have to hunt for facts or put together clues to solve.  

Picnic in the Park: If weather permits, pack a picnic and some lawn games, and head to your local park for a leisurely lunch al fresco. Let your kids play, marvel at the blooming flowers, look for insects and enjoy the fresh air while soaking up the springtime temperatures.  

Volunteer: Find a volunteer opportunity for your entire family to join and help instill the importance of giving back to the community.

Tip: Don’t take on too much: A full week at home with your kids might seem like a long time, but you may be surprised at how fast it goes by. Remember, your children still have chores, homework, and friends to see. Keep plans flexible with shorter spring break activities, rather than overwhelming schedules.  

With these indoor and outdoor spring break activities, you’re sure to create cherished memories and keep your kids entertained all holiday long. Whether you’re getting crafty indoors or heading outside and exploring your community, spring break is the perfect time for family fun and adventure!


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