My kids and I were writing out all the ideas we had for spring break and I decided to pop them all into a fun spring break bucket list to share with all of you. Our winter break bucket list was a huge hit and if you are still in the middle of snowy weather – you might want to print it out instead. My kids are 4 and eight which is a pretty good age range for this list as well. Everything on the list are things that BOTH my kids will have fun doing.
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It’s still snowing here, but we’re eagerly *anticipating* spring. We’re planning to read & do the activities in “Seeds! Seeds! Seeds!” by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace. This book opens with a March calendar & describes March as “almost Spring,” a perfect description of March in much of North America. The projects are seed related, but can be done when snow falling–it’s especially perfect if you are the ambitious type of gardener who starts seeds indoors for later transplanting (or did before you had kids) and you want to share that passion with a child. The projects are pretty basic though, so don’t be scared off if you *aren’t* an avid gardener.