37 spring break staycation ideas for kids (free PDF)
Trips cancelled. Bags unpacked. Kids stuck inside. Yup, it’s spring break coronavirus style. Not only are many parents navigating the new normal of remote work, but they’re managing their kids’ time too.
How can telecommuters work remotely while their kids are on spring break at home? Below are 37 sure-fire, family-friendly staycation ideas to keep your kids busy, sparing you
some much-needed time to get work done.
From the download:
1. PLAY ONLINE BOARD GAMES
When your child complains about their lack of board game opponents, direct them to one of the many online options of virtual play. Boardgamearena.com works in your browser and on most game consoles (no download necessary), and it offers 175 modern board games, like Incan Gold, and card games such as Sushi Go!. It’s free to join, but a small monthly fee adds on perks like voice and video chat.
2. RIDE A VIRTUAL ROLLER COASTER
Forget the hour-long waits in line, videos on The Coaster Views, or The Sharp Productions (both on YouTube) lets you take virtual roller rides coasters from some of the best amusement parks including Disney World, Universal Studios, Cedar Point, and Six Flags (Puke bags not provided.).