Things to do for spring break

Teens often complain of being bored and having nothing to do.1

 

 This is why it can be hard to think of suggestions that will keep a teen occupied and entertained for any length of time. But there are many fun things for teens to do, particularly in the spring, as the weather warms up. Not only is it a great time to explore the area around them, but spring also symbolizes new beginnings. So, it’s the perfect time to start something new or launch a new project.

Maximize the Fun

Look for fun ways to help  teens relieve stress this spring. Discovering new pastimes can help get their minds off the busy school year. Also, participating in activities together will free their mind of stress.2 Check out these fun activities to do as a teen.

  • Act like a tourist in your own town or a neighboring city and see all the sites.
  • Attend a book signing in your area or join a book club.
  • Create a coffeehouse (bubble tea, smoothie, ice cream, or tea shop) tour and visit all the coffee shops in your area.
  • Eat foods you have never tasted.
  • Have an evening or all-day Saturday movie marathon.
  • Plan a throwback party.
  • Shop at a thrift store and use your finds to decorate their room.
  • Start planning your summer bucket list.
  • Take a garden gnome on your adventures and photograph it at each stop.
  • Try one thing that scares (or challenges) your teen like skydiving, eating sushi, karaoke, or public speaking.

Maximize the Fun

Look for fun ways to help  teens relieve stress this spring. Discovering new pastimes can help get their minds off the busy school year. Also, participating in activities together will free their mind of stress.2 Check out these fun activities to do as a teen.

  • Act like a tourist in your own town or a neighboring city and see all the sites.
  • Attend a book signing in your area or join a book club.
  • Create a coffeehouse (bubble tea, smoothie, ice cream, or tea shop) tour and visit all the coffee shops in your area.
  • Eat foods you have never tasted.
  • Have an evening or all-day Saturday movie marathon.
  • Plan a throwback party.
  • Shop at a thrift store and use your finds to decorate their room.
  • Start planning your summer bucket list.
  • Take a garden gnome on your adventures and photograph it at each stop.
  • Try one thing that scares (or challenges) your teen like skydiving, eating sushi, karaoke, or public speaking.