Taking your family for a holiday does not mean that you have to take a month's leave from your office and spend thousands of dollars. You can have as much fun on a two-three day budgeted trip, plan the trip well, and choose an interesting destination for your kids. Also, vacations should provide an opportunity to the kids to experience and learn new things.
While camping, cook on a bonfire, sing songs sitting around it, gaze at the stars, and at the same time, educate your children on galaxies and the universe. Camping outdoors will provide you an ample time to reconnect as a family, as well as to teach a thing or two to your kids.
So, hop on to your bikes, strap on your helmets, and you are ready to start your journey of discovering new sights and sounds, on the way with your kids during their spring break. When planning biking trips for kids, do not forget to carry along water, juice, and food.
Accommodation can be expensive, especially around the time of summer or spring. So, to save money, wait till the time most kids are back to school, and then plan a vacation. Two or three missed days in school would not matter much, if it's for the sake of spending some quality time with your family.
For kids, going away from home, or for that matter, any change can be fun. Thus, book a hotel, and make sure that it has a pool. It's even better if it offers activities such as rock climbing, or has a golf course. Simply go there together as a family, and it will be a good change for everyone.
Mini vacations are an opportunity for parents and kids to relax and unwind. So, plan them once or twice a year, as they do not take much of an effort, time, or money, and also not to mention the amount of fun that you all can have as a family. Also, take many pictures of such times to cherish the memories forever.