Looking For Spring Break Ideas?

Looking for Spring break ideas?

Spring break is around the corner, and for many families, this is a welcome break from work and school routines. And a chance to enjoy the warmer temperatures. If you’re looking for great Spring break ideas. We’ve compiled some of our favorite spring articles below to help families planning their week off from work and school.

We know many facilities are still closed, operating only virtually or at a limited capacity. At Ivy Kids, we remain open and here for you and your kiddos when you need us. Whichever option you choose we hope it’s a restful, relaxing, fun break.


Spring Break Camp

All our Ivy Kids centers will run in-person Spring break camps from 15th to 19th March (dates depend on the school district). Schoolers will have a blast while learning in our daily camps packed with science, technology, engineering, and math-based activities. We’ll also be giving a preview of the activities we plan to run this summer in our Fun Factory camp so get ready for an adventure! Sign up for Cooking around the world, design challenges, STEM projects, art exploration, teambuilding games, and so much more! Our camps are suitable for children ages 5 to 12 years. Ivy Kids centers are open from 6 am to 6:30 pm Monday to Friday. Contact your closest Ivy Kids center here.


Spring Break Travel

Spring break is typically a great opportunity for travel, however, with COVID-19 concerns, there are still necessary precautions and restrictions in place for travel. Check out some of the travel advice from Parents.com article.



If you plan to have a staycation with your family, this could be a good time to try out some of those great arts and crafts you’ve been meaning to do at home. Have your kiddos tried painting family portraits? How about making a new scrapbook, learning origami? Or you could try making “Sand” sculptures, making accessories for your pets, or create your own “Dr. Seuss” book. Pinterest is full of so many ideas!

Getting outdoors for some great exercise is vital. Spring weather should be perfect for hiking on the weekend, visiting new parks, or taking a bike ride around the city discovering new places. Your kids will love the time outdoors and also get their share of exercise.

We liked this blog from JillBJarvis.com of socially distanced local activities to explore in Houston and surrounding cities.

We hope you have a happy, safe Spring break!