(PRWEB) February 21, 2013
WhoHasTheRemote.com is looking across the United States for fun activities to do during the winter break. In many parts of the country, kids are enjoying their first of two weeks off this semester. For some households, this allows parents to take some days off to spend quality time with their kids. As reported by Buffalo’s WKBW, families are making use of the winter vacation with trips to aquariums, museums, and the local Audubon Society.
For restless children, a week off from school can seem like one long party. What the little ones might not realize upfront is the educational value of family outings to art and wildlife facilities. Some schools visit these same places during field trips, but the experience has a different spin when parents and children spend time together at aquatic displays and painting exhibits.
Winter breaks also provide plenty of time to catch up on overlooked home entertainment, from untouched books and music discs to unwatched DVDs and recordings. For stay-at-home parents, some portions of the winter break could be devoted to watching movies with kids – from the classics of Frank Capra to modern-day blockbusters starring Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet. Viewing activities can even be considered at parks and ponds with TV Anywhere on wireless devices. In any case, a mixture of education and entertainment should be explored by children and parents this winter break.
WhoHasTheRemote.com hopes that winter breaks are maximized by families in all the districts where classes are currently off session. Whether a household’s main interests consist of art and animals or movies and music, a week offers plenty of time to play catch up on heretofore untouched entertainment options.
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WhoHasTheRemote.com explores all available options for family entertainment on a week-by-week, season-by-season basis. From regional events to national pastimes, the site encourages families to participate in the name of fun.