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I am trying to plan things for my children to do during spring break. I have a 9 yr boy and 11yr and (2) 15 yr old girls. Any Ideas?

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As a 15 year old boy, I think just going to the movies is fun. If you wanna try something different, however, try planning a picnic if its nice!! That's different and fun. Or if your stuck, just ask them. You'll get good ideas from them prob, after all, they are the kids. Hope I helped!

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Perhaps there are some sports camps offered over the break? I know my local soccer club offers various camps indoor for all ages. Even you local recreation center?

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Museum, Zoo, Science Center, yard work ( spring cleanup, very important), shopping sprees and or let them choose what they want to do.

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Build a tree housework fort in the backyard. Take pictures as you go.

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a cruise

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any recreational park or go aqua-parks. it's funny and joyful

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It's a perfect time for some major spring house cleaning. Get the walls washed and all those pesky little chores taken care of before summer vacation. Doing these things now frees them up during summer vacation so they can concentrate on summer jobs.

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Presuming you are in the US, find a location near you that is operated by the US National Park service. http://www.nps.gov/index.htm

Not everything is a National Park. Some are historic sites - like presidential childhood homes. Odds are there is something you can schedule a day trip for.

The younger kids can participate in something called the Junior Ranger's Program. They get a workbook from the Ranger's station and answer questions, Once enough questions are answered, they return the workbook back to the Ranger's station and get a plastic badge for their accomplishment.

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How about go visit family you don't normally get to see? Bake together.
Go to the beach and bring a picnic and go get ice-cream and walk around the shops.

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Vacation to ca

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put together a 1000 piece puzzle... together :3

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