Family Activities

Spend some together time with these family activities that foster sharing, learning, and fun. Your kids will be glad you did.

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'Exhausted' Toronto Boy, 9, Has Hilarious, Sigh-Filled Reaction to Shoveling Snow—and Finds Fame
"I really wish I was in school right now," said Carter Trozzolo, who didn't hold back when asked how he felt about shoveling snow in his neighborhood.
10 Affordable Babymoon Ideas for 2022
You don't have to spend the equivalent of your childbirth bills to get away for that final pre-baby break. These beautiful babymoon destinations for 2022 are romantic and affordable.
3 Ways Parents Can Save On Swim Lessons
Swimming is an important life skill for your kids to learn—but don't let it sink your wallet. Here are tips to make swim lessons more affordable.
How to Snag a Deal at 6 Family-Friendly Florida Resorts This Winter
Yes, Florida is a popular pick for family travel, but it's also a surprisingly wallet-friendly destination—provided you play your cards right. Here, the best hotel deals in the state this winter.
11 Cheap (Or Free) Winter Activities To Do With Kids
Thrifty moms share some of their favorite budget-friendly ways to keep the kids engaged and entertained—both indoors and outside.
City Parks Are Falling Into Disrepair Across the Country—Here's How Parents Can Help
Millions of American families don't have access to safe parks. Non-profit organizations in San Francisco and Detroit have a blueprint for change.

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11 Affordable Family Destinations in North America That Make You Feel Like You're in Europe
These 11 destinations in the United States, Canada, and Mexico will transport your family to "Europe"—for a fraction of the cost.
28 Ways to Make the Most of a Snow Day
Freeze the day! With these fun indoor and outdoor activities—plus cold-weather products and book recommendations—your next snow day will be a blast.
Are All-Inclusive Resorts Really Worth the Money When You're Traveling With Kids?

It's easy to think of the all-inclusive resorts as being the purview of hard-drinking spring breakers. But when vacationing with kids, all-inclusive can actually save you big—money and mental health.