Here are some ideas for your summer break!
Summer camps can be pretty expensive, especially if you're paying for multiple children. If selecting a summer camp, lower cost options are usually camps run by the city park's department or local sheriffs/PAL offices.
Don't have a pool in your backyard? Even if you do, it's always fun when you can include friends or make new ones. Local pools, fountains, splash pads are fun and usually free or under $5 per person. If you live in FL, many are open year round, but who really takes advantage of them during the school year?
Many theaters participate in the free or almost free summer movie series. This is when select movie theaters designate days and times during the week for children to enjoy kid friendly movies they may not have have viewed previously. If they have already seen the movie, chillaxing in an air conditioned theater with other kids, snacks and people with an understanding of 'kids in a movie theater' (continue)