My five and seven year old are obviously on school break this week. They thrive on structure,(my daughter in particular) so I'm trying to make sure that we have enough stuff planned to stave off boredom and crankiness. They are extremely social and dislike playing alone, which can lead to problems. I need to keep everything free or very low cost. Obviously Christmas day is taken care of, and one day we're splurging and going to the children's museum.
My ideas so far:
Anyone have any others that they'd like to share?
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