28 Blogs with Ideas to Keep Teens from Going Stir Crazy Over Spring Break

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Spring Break is quickly approaching, but what do you do when you don’t have the time to go anywhere or if you have other commitments that make taking a trip with the family impossible at this time? The last thing you want is to find your hands full with teenagers who are losing their minds from boredom! Worse yet, how do you make sure they stay out of trouble while you are at work?  If these questions are plaguing you, then it may be a good idea to take a look at these 28 blogs that can give you some inspiration for surviving this Spring Break.

Games

Playing games might seem like an activity reserved for younger kids, but what if you have both older and younger kids? There are a wide range of apps available that are perfect for keeping your tweens and teens busy, as well as a variety of board games that teens will love playing.  These seven blog posts are full of answers for curing boredom.

Crafts

If your teen or tween likes to get creative, then encouraging her to start a new project over Spring Break might keep her busy for the whole week.  You may need to buy some supplies, but that will be money well spent if she can stay creative and busy all Spring break.  Find out what types of crafts she likes or show her something that you like.  Teach her to sew and challenge her to make her own quilt.  The project can be put together with things that remind her of years past, and by the time she graduates it will be a memory quilt she can take to college. If she doesn’t think she’s the crafty type, you could always try something different, like getting her started on Zentangles.  These seven blog articles can help you and your teen pick a project to work on over Spring break.

Activities

Finding activities for your teens and tweens to do during Spring Break can be tricky.  Many times area businesses will have activities for teens during their week off of school.  There might be a public service project that your teen could do to earn extra credit for school or free movies available to watch at the library.  Your teenager can probably walk or ride his bike to the local library or YMCA if there are activities there.  This could give your teen a chance to get out of the house for a while and do something with friends in a supervised setting.

Short Outings

If you don’t have to work over Spring Break either, then maybe you could get away on a few local outings that are close to home.  You can become a tourist in your own city or surrounding area.  Many times, you can live in an area for years and never see the sites that make that area famous.  Take this time with your family to explore a little.  Some of these outings can even be done after work or on the weekends.  Take a look at these seven blog entries to find some inspiration for different Spring break outings to take with your teen.

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One Response to “28 Blogs with Ideas to Keep Teens from Going Stir Crazy Over Spring Break”

  1. Laurie Says:

    February 22nd, 2013 at 5:00 pm

    Loosing their minds from boredom? I’ve got some wonderful ideas. How about cleaning the house, scrubbing floors, organizing closets, learning how to cook or trying new recipes?

    Better yet, visit the country and shovel some manure. There’s no lack of things to do on a farm.

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