Put a Spring In Their Step: Spring Break Activities for Kids
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Although we had snow days, children will be enjoying Spring Break this year! Maybe you are not going away, but there are many ways to ...
Many Long Island children are looking forward to Spring Break this year. After a hard winter, we are all ready to enjoy the warmer weather. Some Long Islanders will enjoy time away, but maybe going away with your family is not in the agenda for this year. No need to worry! There is plenty going on right here!
Be sure to confirm the days you have off from your school, since all different school districts used different amount of snow days this year.
This vacation will mark two holidays: Easter and Passover. There are many activities and events going on for both holidays.
- Check out a Passover seder or hold one at your home.
- There are many great brunches going on during Easter.
- Take part in an Easter Egg Hunt!
- Travel to the city!
Maybe you do not want to go away from home and want to do fun activities with the kids. How about trying:
In addition to all you can do this break, there are many events taking place all over the island to entertain you and your family!
Disney's 101 Dalmatians at BayWay Arts Center (through May 3rd)
Let's Plant Spring at Long Island Science Center (through the 19th)
Special "Rookie Kids" Paintball Sessions over Spring Break Week at Island Paintball Arena (through the 19th)
Spring Discovery Days at Sweetbriar Nature Center (through the 18th)
School's Out! Spring Camp at Center for Science Teaching and Learning (through the 22nd)
Family and Friends Fun at Lakeview Library (through the 18th)
School Vacation Art Workshops: Brake For Art at Nassau County Museum of Art (through the 17th)
Sand-Casting Craft at Garvies Point Museum and Preserve
Geology Walk at Garvies Point Museum and Preserve
Survivor at Science Museum of Long Island
Buried Treasure at Science Museum of Long Island
Sculpture Camp at Flushing Town Hall (through the 22nd)
Bird Walk at Garvies Point Museum and Preserve
Biological Bonanza at Science Museum of Long Island
Spring Nature Walk & Craft at Garvies Point Museum and Preserve
What are you and your family doing for the break? How are you keeping your kids busy? Tell us in the comments below!