Homeschooling Day Trips: New York City

Who says only adults get all the fun in Sydney? This vibrant chic city in New South Wales has a lot of activities and attractions to offer to kiddos. In fact, some of them do not have a price tag at all, something very welcoming to budget-conscious parents.

Frankies with even more adult acade games. Newer than Jillians it has many additional options for the young at heart. Located where Alexander Dr. and Glenwood Ave meet it is spacious. By being new it has many outside activities to entertain.

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Just spending time with children is precious and rewarding. Sometimes the kids are bored and are looking for something to do. So pile the kids into the car and take them out for the day, visiting a museum, is a great way to spend the day, eating in the cafeteria (if available) and browsing around the gift shop are fun activities too.

The Michigan State University Museum in East Lansing houses its Hall of Evolution downstairs, which tells the story of life beginning with the early marine organisms, and taking it through the last ice age. They have the skull of a Tyrannosaurus Rex and the femur of an Apatosaurus in their collection. Museum admission is free (the recommended donation for adults is $4) and parking is available at $1 for two hours. The Museum is open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm, Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm, and Sunday from 1 to 5 pm.

Crabtree Mall is the older of the malls. It has remained competitive and interesting by bringing in fresh businesses. It is the local home of the Chocolate Factory for the cheese cake lovers. It has good parking, although the traffic pattern around it can be a bit difficult.

New York City is also known for its many street vendors. No trip to the Big Apple is complete without buying something from any of the hundreds of street vendors. From hot dogs and knishes to knock-off handbags. This city has it all for sale. If you go during the Christmas holiday time, then you can walk along fifth avenue and window shop and see all the colorful holiday window displays. Each year the stores try to out do themselves from the year before. Whether you are young or old, the Big Apple has something for all ages.