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Spring Break Fun Under $50

Mar 10, 2013

Everyone loves Spring Break, who doesn’t want a break from school as soon as the weather gets nice, and it’s even better if you’re headed somewhere exciting on vacation, but if you’re on a shoestring budget that probably means a stay-cation, check out these tips on how to stave off the Spring Break boredom blues for cheap in Spring Break Fun Under $50!

Get Outside!

The weather doesn’t always turn nice just in time for Spring Break, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be getting outside and getting active. Hit the park with your family and friends for a game of soccer or softball, or check out your local community centre for ice skating, swimming and activities.

Getting outside and playing sports is fun and freeGetting outside and playing sports is fun and free
 

Crafty Kids

Once you’ve put your books away, you can unpack your creative side and get crafty, making all those DIY projects you’ve been thinking about all year. Craft supplies is inexpensive, so you can get enough for some friends to come and join you!

Movie Marathon

Do you wish you could just cosy up and watch all the Star Wars movies or fave teen flicks at once? Spring Break is the perfect time to plan a movie marathon, especially if the weather isn’t great, and it shouldn’t run you more than $50 to get all movies you want.

Invite friends over for a movie marathon!Invite friends over for a movie marathon!
 

Slumber Party

Slumber parties are a Spring Break must-do, invite your friends over to play games, watch movies, and just hang out in your PJs. If you want to feel like you’re getting the great outdoors at the same time, ask your parents if you can sleep outside in tent in your backyard! All the fun of camping with all the comfort of home!

Have Your Say

What are you planning to do for Spring Break? Let us know in the comments section below!

 

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