* Written by guest blogger, Joyce Wilson of Teacher Spark
Family vacations during school breaks have been delayed since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that the world is starting to open back up, people are beginning to consider traveling again. However, many people are traveling to new places instead of traditional tourist attractions. Whether you decide to stay home or travel somewhere different, this year's winning combination for school breaks is family fun and technology. exquisitEXCHANGE has some ideas that can help make this time memorable and fun.
Read on to see ideas for using technology to create family fun.
"Start spreading the news
I'm leaving today
I want to be a part of it
New York, New York."
Sinatra's famous song could easily be my life's anthem. Though I have a great fondness for a number of cities throughout the world, none sings the siren call to my soul like New York.
Recently Marvin and I had the pleasure of sharing our love of New York with our son for the first time.
In this post, I will tell you all my favorite things to do with kids in Manhattan. You will not find suggestions for the other boroughs, though I love the walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, the walk along the Brooklyn Promenade, the Bronx Zoo, and the New York Botanical Gardens.
Read more to find ideas for kid-friendly things to do in New York, NY.
Looking for some fun things to do in Houston and the surrounding area with your little ones? In addition to your typical Dave and Buster's, Chuck E Cheese, and a plethora of movie theaters, Houston also has a number of other fantastic things to do with your kids that you may not find everywhere.
Read on for a list of 40 fun, family-friendly activities in and Around Houston, TX!
Though quite a long drive from Houston, the Big Bend area was absolutely worth the road trip. We loaded up the baby and the pup, stopped one night in San Antonio, and then continued on to Big Bend via Alpine. We stayed in an AirBNB RV near Terlingua and spent our days exploring Terlingua, Big Bend National Park, and Big Bend Ranch State Park.
Read more to see what to do in the Big Bend area with a pet.
With mandatory quarantine periods still in effect in many parts of the world, we are postponing any international travel until 2022. But that doesn't mean we aren't traveling. To celebrate my 37th trip around the sun, we drove to Dallas to spend a few days exploring, eating, and spending time together as a family - including our four-legged "son."
Read on to see pet-friendly places to eat and things to do in Dallas.
I don't know about you, but my quarantine time was largely spent catching up on my ever-growing reading list. Since travel was so limited, I found that the perfect books to read were the ones that allowed me to experience a new location and "travel" in the mind's eye.
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