5 Ways to Spend Spring Break With Your Kids

1. Go on a Nature Hike

Spring is the perfect time to explore the great outdoors with your kids. Hike on a local nature trail and enjoy the blooming wildflowers, budding trees, and chirping birds. Bring a field guide and binoculars to identify different plants and wildlife and show your kids the beauty nature has to offer. This is a great way to exercise while teaching your kids about the environment.

2. Backyard Campout with Tuck-ins

Pitch a tent in your backyard and have a fun-filled camping adventure with your kids. If the weather is nice, you can stargaze and identify different constellations. Then, gather around the campfire and roast Tuck-ins, and tell spooky stories! Inside-Out S'mores are perfect for kids of all ages and guaranteed to make a night of s'more fun, no prep, and less mess! You can even roast over a TerraFlame Fire Bowl if you do not have a backyard fire.

3. Visit a Local Museum or Zoo

Take your kids to a local museum or zoo for a fun and educational outing. Most
museums have interactive exhibits and hands-on activities to engage and
entertain your kids. Zoos are always a hit with kids, who love to see and learn
about different animals. Some zoos even offer special programs where kids can
interact with animals up close!

4. Have a Movie Marathon

If the weather is not cooperating, you can always have a movie marathon with your kids and bring the fun indoors. Let your kids pick out their favorite movies, pop some popcorn, and snuggle up on the couch for a relaxing day. This is a great way to relax and spend quality time together. 

5. Volunteer in Your Community 

Spring break is a great time to teach your kids about giving back to the
community. Find a local organization or charity and volunteer your time together. You could volunteer at a soup kitchen, help clean up a local park, or visit a retirement home to spend time with the elderly. This is a great way to teach your kids about empathy, kindness, and the value of community service.
Tag us on Instagram @tuck.ins or Facebook @TuckInsFoods, and tell us which activity you want to try out this spring break!
Sophie Teitel

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