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Ten Ways to Celebrate Spring with the Family

Spring has sprung! Have some spring fun!

Spring is a time of renewal and the perfect opportunity to spend quality time with your family.

Here are ten ways to enjoy spring fun.

  1. Plant a garden: Planting a garden is an excellent way to get your family outside and enjoy the fresh air. It’s also a great way to teach your kids about nature and the importance of protecting the environment.


  1. Have a picnic: Pack some sandwiches, snacks, and drinks and head to a nearby park or beach. Bask in the sunshine while you spend quality time with your family. Check out these easy, kid-friendly recipes from Today’s Parent.
family picnic


  1. Go on a nature walk: Take a walk in the woods, in a local park, or around a lake and look for signs of spring. Look for birds, flowers, and other signs of new life.


  1. Visit a local farm: Visit a local farm and learn how food is grown. You can also pick fruits and vegetables and enjoy a delicious meal with your family.
girl farm


  1. Have a bonfire: Gather around a bonfire and roast marshmallows, tell stories, and enjoy the warmth of the fire.

More spring fun ideas for the family…

  1. Go camping: Pack a tent and head to a nearby campground for a weekend. Enjoy the outdoors while you spend quality time with your family.


  1. Go on a bike ride: On two wheels, explore your local area. Pack some snacks and make a day of it.
family bike ride


  1. Have a backyard BBQ: Fire up the grill and enjoy a delicious meal with your family.


  1. Go to a local festival: Many towns and cities host festivals in the spring. Check out your local events calendar and find a festival to attend.


  1. Take a road trip: Pack up the car and go to a nearby town or city. Explore the area and enjoy some quality time with your family.
road trip family


No matter how you choose to celebrate spring with your family, be sure to take the time to enjoy the sunshine and the fresh air.

What are your ideas for springtime fun?

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By: Melissa A. Kay