Fun places to take kids cost way to much…. Do you agree??

By Tia . Created on Nov 14, 2021
Lifestyle 152 votes | 17 Comments
Yes

Yes

No

No

It Depends Where

It Depends Where

3 weeks ago
Park picnics

Park picnics

3 weeks ago
My kid takes us out,, i'm old

My kid takes us out,, i'm old

a week ago
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Yes
David said 3 days ago
It's getting way to expensive for most families to take their kids to an amusement park or ballgame, etc. It's a real shame.
Yes
prfctimin said 6 days ago
Chuck cheese.. The old tooth rat as my nephew called him..cost a fortune
Yes
jriesskennels said a week ago
Always more expensive because it's known that you will pay it
No
MarieN said a week ago
IF your kids are old enough, it's fun to do a "scavenger" hunt of different nature type items. A certain shape of a leaf, say a maple leaf, oak, or sycamore. They can find an oddly shaped rock, a bird feather, or even a fallen (small) limb/twig of a tree. There are MANY wonderful ideas that are all free, some of which will give kids a better memory than spending tons of money for a "theme park". Even on a rainy day...
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M A said a week ago
Again, Marie - I agree, I recently heard a radio blurb how children learn better through play w. involved, hands-on stuff. This reminds me of a B-Day gift scavenger hunt, where I wrote a series of separate rhyming clues, and hid each one somewhere in the house, each holding clues to the whereabouts of the next, finally revealing the gifts. OMG - Life, Gotta love it - I was just about to type that I had totally fo...
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Humn'Bird said a week ago
Darn I meant to select no it won't let me change it. Sad 😞
Park picnics
M A said a week ago
Lots of good, free outdoor activities already mentioned (pls pick up litter on your way out :-), and indoor fun can be had w. blanket forts, scavenger hunts, music making w. keys, pans, etc., or using some of those cardboard boxes to make stuff. Stimulating a growing child is not only physically demanding, it's mentally exhausting. But, such fun 🤸‍♀️
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MarieN said a week ago
We made a "fort" for our grandson from a big refrigerator box, it had a door and windows that opened/closed, we even put in a "cat door" that his favorite cat could use to "visit" him. He decorated it with inexpensive stickers from the local dollar type store. I don't know if very many places use boxes that size anymore, but several good size boxes stacked up will work just as well. Even a cardboard box "tunnel" wh...
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M A said a week ago
Right again, Marie :-) Good play is hard work, but So worth it! We, too, had such a huge box - what fun that was - and a (pirate treasure) dress-up trunk! Hey, Marie - May I come over and play?;-))
Yes
Donna said a week ago
With how much we’ve reproduced over the years a lot of companies take advantage of that
Yes
Jeremy said a week ago
Price inflation deff spreaded to children's lifes