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A Cheap & Easy Spring Break for Families

Spring break is coming! Download these two weeks’ worth of spring break activities. The planning is done for you for a fun and frugal vacation with your kids.

A Cheap & Easy Spring Break for Families (Frugal Friday) - Download these two weeks' worth of spring break fun that is frugal as well as easy to pull off.

This time of year, many folks’ thoughts turn to road trips and tropical vacations. After a long winter haul through school and inclement weather, spring break offers welcome relief from what is known as “same old, same old.”

Not everybody, however, can afford said road trips and tropical vacations. Or else, one or both parents isn’t able to take time off work when the kids are off from school.

That’s where some clever planning is involved. Download this Plan for Spring Break for FREE. It includes everything you need for two weeks’ worth of spring break fun. Pick and choose from one week of indoor activities and one week of outdoor activities.

Mix and match the days and their activities to suit you and your family and your season of life.

Whatever you chose, make sure it’s a little ways away from “same old”. These activities and ideas should get you going in the right direction.

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Just Print and Play

These plans include ideas for field trips, activities, and crafts to do with your kids each day as well as packing lists so that you’re prepared for anything.

Just print the plans, and you’ve got a cheap and easy spring break planned for your family. I’m personally looking forward to doing these things with my kids the first week of April and/or peppering them throughout our upcoming weekends.

A Cheap & Easy Spring Break Plan

Other Spring Break Ideas

What are YOUR plans for Spring Break?

This post was originally published on March 13, 2014.

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  1. We are probably going to do a mix of school, visiting with friends who are off school, sleeping in and staying up late.

  2. I don’t have any kids at home anymore but when my children were young they LOVED being in the kitchen with me, especially if we were baking. I made these cute Shamrock Rice Krispy Treats last night that would be perfect for an easy and fun kitchen project. Enjoy your break all. http://adayinthelifeonthefarm.blogspot.com/2014/03/lucky-rice-krispies-treats.html

  3. We will be taking our trailer down south a couple of hours and play in one of our beautiful National Parks. The campsite we have is only $25 a night with water and electricity and all meals will be cooked on site. The only extra cost will be gas and entrance fees. One of my favorite, cheap, getaways.

    Some of our frugal accomplishments for the past week: http://www.ourprovidenthome.com/?p=563

  4. Love these ideas. Now I want to plan a “Staycation” But the kids would rather just play the game 24-7. Not really, we go to the lake near us all summer to swim and cook out. Too cold to swim still, but we can cook out and get some fresh air. That will be fun. Thanks

  5. Thanks for the great ideas in this post. My older son is in college, and his Spring Break isn’t the same as ours, so we don’t have any plans.

  6. Loved your ideas! They are so doable. We are going to mix and match with a heavy emphasis on the outside time. We will take our break during Easter week so we are praying for good weather and a low pollen count, lol! If the we will culminate the week with a cool trip to the metro area to do the museums. For my older set we will host a dinner for their friends and movies or gaming!

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