Amy Clark

22 Spring Break Boredom Busters

It’s that time of the year again – over the next month it will be Spring Break somewhere in the US and MomAdvice has you covered with Spring Break Boredom Busters for your kids. No need to worry about how to fill those days when you have fun and free Spring Break activities to do at home.

If you’re anything like me, you’re looking for some quick, clever, and kid-tested ways to fill some of those school-less hours. How about a list of twenty-two awesome Spring Break Boredom Buster Ideas I found – everything from classics like homemade playdough, fun foods, and games to a “how’d you make that?” activity such as glow-in-the-dark jello?

Here are six Mom Advice classics:

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Homemade Playdough
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World’s Greatest Homemade Bubbles
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How to Make Car S’Mores
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Make Glow-In-The-Dark Jello
butterbeer-lattes

Homemade Butterbeer Lattes
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Shower Curtain Art Canvas
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Easy Coffee Filter Flowers
And sixteen more fun boredom busters:

Fizzing Sidewalk Paint @ Kid’s Activities Blog

Food Coloring Art @ B-Inspired Mama

Make the always popular Gak-Slime @ Skip To My Lou

DIY Indoor Obstacle Course @ Crumb Bums
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Ladybug Spots Game @ Piikea Street
Lego Capes

Duct Tape Lego Capes @ Busy Kids Happy Mom
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DIY Painted Rock Garden Markers @ Mom Endeavors
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Easy, Soft Pretzel Letters and Shapes @ An Oregon Cottage
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Tape-resist Scribble Card @ Lines Across
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Rice Rainbow @ Kid Spot
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Sandpaper-Print T-Shirt @ Alpha Mom
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TP Tube Bird Feeder @ Juggling With Kids
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Pretend Bird’s Nest @ My Nearest and Dearest
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Custom Tortilla Chips @ Martha Stewart
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Create a Tornado @ KC Adventures

Do you have any tried-and-true activities you like to do on Spring Break?

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Published March 13, 2013 by:

Amy Clark

Amy Allen Clark is the founder of MomAdvice.com. You can read all about her here.

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