Kids look forward to school vacation. Parents often dread it. How do you keep them entertained without spending a fortune or cramping your own hectic schedule? Riverside Homebuilders has some advice. Here’s some affordable family-friendly fun in DFW, the cure for spring break boredom.
March 12-15, 1-3 p.m., Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth
Spend a few hours each day sparking the creativity and appreciation for art. The Museum has activities planned, including DIY art, gallery games, and sketching.
March 11-15, Flower Mound
Treat your young musician to a unique experience over spring break. Kids can join a rock band or glee club and even record a studio demo during B2R’s week-long camp.
Go back in time, centuries ago, when valiant knights battled, equestrians performed with their equine partners in a horse a ballet known as “dressage”, and the Royal Falconer harnessed the ferocity of this mighty raptor. Shows are discounted during spring break, and the experience is well worth the admission.
March 12-14, 10 am.-4 p.m., March 15, noon-4 p.m.
The museum is offering five days of free, kid-friendly spring break activities—all for free! Inspire, create, and just enjoy this artful time with your kids.
Shake things up a bit this spring break by spending a day on the thrill rides at Six Flags. Batman fans will enjoy the themed rides, like Catwoman Whip, Harley Quinn Spinsanity, and The Riddler Revenge. There are plenty of rides for younger children, like Wile E. Coyote’s Grand Canyon Blaster.
March 11-15, 9 am.-4 p.m.; North Dallas Parkway, Frisco
Every day offers a different theme for curious campers, from 1st grade through 8th. Tiny tinkerers, budding scientists, and tech wizards in the making will explore, experiment, and experience something new.
March 11-17, Lake Park Road, Lewisville
Campers will spend 5 days getting ready to present a musical performance of “Sleeping Beauty” on Saturday and Sunday. Children from kindergarten to 8th grade are welcome to participate.
Local libraries are also sponsoring a variety of free activities throughout spring break, so check here to see what’s happening in your town.
Remember, it’s also okay to spend time at home together. Plan family game day or movie night. Bake something special together or find a household project that everyone can join in to complete—like purging the closets!
Spring is also the ideal time to take the family on a house hunt. Riverside Homebuilders has communities of new construction, single-family homes throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Many of our homes are eligible for 100% financing, too. Take a look at our designs and move-in ready homes. Then contact Rachel to show the kids a true adventure during spring break.