What to do on a long weekend?

@bb_gabs (205)
Philippines
November 5, 2011 10:29pm CST
Its a long weekend,and have no plans yet. I don't know what activity to do so my children will enjoy this vacation before going to school again. Any suggestions??
6 responses
@enelym001 (8333)
• Philippines
9 Nov 11
you can go to some places the kids haven't gone to yet. I'm sure they're gonna love seeing unfamiliar places.. travelling will be really great for kids!
@lisa0502 (1726)
• Canada
6 Nov 11
Well I think it would depend on the weather. Like if it is nice a nice picnic at a park would be great. My kids love the park. If it is not so nice my kids like to stay in the house and play games or watch movies. Grab some special snack foods and just spend time together. I do not think that there is a wrong thing to do as long as you spend time with them. I hope this gives you an idea or so. Have a great weekend.
• United States
6 Nov 11
Where are you from? If you just got that wonderful snow storm, why not do some crafty indoor fun or baking. How old are the kids? Do some activity the involves thanksgiving or the holidays coming up. Rent some movies and do a movie day- make some popcorn with some yummy snakes you make with the kids. Outside activity, do the park if the weather is good. Or a museum. Good Luck!
@maharlikah (1045)
• Philippines
6 Nov 11
Beach party... Kids will surely love it. Picnic outside with tent and foods and music too. Candle light dinner for it is so romantic.
@Rosa26 (2620)
• United States
6 Nov 11
I don't know what is the holiday that is near that you are talking about here in Florida we don't have holidays until November,but what I would do is go to a park and have a picnic if the weather allows me, or download a good movie to watch with the family,prepair a recepit that I haven't have time cook because of all the daily chores,well have a good time with the family that is what I would do.
@scheng1 (24748)
• Singapore
6 Nov 11
Hi BB, indoor or outdoor activity? If the weather is good, you might as well bring them to fly kites. Best to teach them kite making skills, so they have the joy of flying their own kites. For indoor activities, you can ask them to enact the stories from the fairytales. I think many families have forgotten the art of acting out the stories, and lose so much enjoyable moments in life.