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Shayna posted this 26 October 2018

What are some weekend family activities for a 2 and 4 year old?

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Gorgia posted this 27 November 2019

Local events, libraries, mall, park, museums, and play dates! Sometimes arts and crafts, board games - activities at home?

Lee posted this 26 November 2019

I love hiking with my son!

We love being outside so we do a lot of local playgrounds and hiking trails. When he was smaller I'd stick him in a carrier on my chest/back but now he walks with me. If we're having a rainy day, we head over to a children's museum or center with touch exhibits. 

jody posted this 25 November 2019

we try to look at the different events in our area on facebook, so we're always doing different things. 

Jessica posted this 14 January 2019

my daughter and I always paint on the weekends. arts and craft, slime making. children museums, science and art museums . ice skating. look on Eventbrite for actives or festivals in your area.

CLAIRE posted this 14 January 2019

We just got passes to Schlitterbahn so we are super excited to go again . The Kids love the water. 

Michele posted this 12 January 2019

You can definitely find some cheap crafts to do on Pinterest but I think it all depends on the time of the year, weather, and cost. I love the idea of just creating a routine with the family. I think overall that kids remember the times spent with family/friends over the actual "event" that they do!

Michelle posted this 08 November 2018

I always scout for children's group announcements in the paper/online. There are a bunch of craft classes, learning "field" trips, and the like that are really great for little ones. If you're more into a family activity you can always head over to the library or children's museum. They usually have something going on, especially on weekends. There are tons of holiday walk-throughs popping up now too to visit. I love the holiday light tours!

Amanda posted this 08 November 2018

Check out your township website if you can. I found a ton of baby/toddler classes/meet ups that I didn't even know existed! They're a great way to change up your routine and gets things going. If it's not your cup of tea you could always do some homemade crafts or even head out to a new playground you haven't been to. Kids get as bored as we do with the same old same old. 

bridget posted this 08 November 2018

Playgrounds and local libraries- many have family hours/ programs on Saturday mornings. What about a farmers market? Talk about fruits and veggies and healthy choices. Have each child pick a new-to-them piece of produce and research a fun way to cook it!

Lindsay posted this 07 November 2018

Baking odd things like playdough or saltdough objects.  Our town has a kids art lab with weekend activities and our library always has something going on.  Outside picnics even in the yard or the park. 

Kristine posted this 02 November 2018

What about schedule outdoor activities like hikes or walks in a park?  Or weekend craft ideas like making christmas ornaments (salt dough - easy and fun) or nature hunts and turning the loot from the hunt into crafts?

Ann posted this 02 November 2018

My kids love the park when it's nice out or taking a hike through a state park. If the weather is iffy we head over to an aquarium or kid museum. A lot of malls have indoor play parks now too. Trampoline parks are great too. 

Emily posted this 02 November 2018

My 4 year old absolutely loves animals! So we go to aquarium and zoo A LOT! 😭💙

Patricia posted this 02 November 2018

Park, hiking, playing board games, drawing, and painting.

Sara posted this 01 November 2018

We have several local libraries that offer Saturday storytime and other activities (legos, crafts).  Home Depot also offers Saturday morning activities/crafts for kids but you have to check the age range.  

Jane posted this 01 November 2018

We love being outside so we do a lot of local playgrounds and hiking trails. When he was smaller I'd stick him in a carrier on my chest/back but now he walks with me. If we're having a rainy day, we head over to a children's museum or center with touch exhibits. 

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Lisa posted this 01 November 2018

Inside: Indoor play parks in a mall, Build-a-Bear, discovery museums, checking out Christmas lights before bed via a car ride (best way to get them to sleep!!) 

Outside: Depending on the time of year: apple/pumpkin/blueberry/strawberry picking, canoeing/paddle boating, making a backyard bonfire at night, camping, farmer's markets

Jane posted this 27 October 2018

My kids love going to the park!

Ewa posted this 27 October 2018

Pumpkin patch, apple picking right now. Lighting of christmas lights at the park and recs in december. We go to the play area at our mall sometimes. The kids love it. And our go to is the park 


Mary posted this 27 October 2018

Your local park and recs website should have a list of activities for the kiddies. Holidays are coming up they usually have a ton of fun things for the kids

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