Looking for an off the beaten path spring break destination? Tourists have been taking their picture in these giant gator teeth for over 50 years. It’s one of the most photographed parts of Gatorland.
This morning was a Field Trips with Sue morning on CBS Better Mornings Atlanta. I don’t know about you, but I’m trying to figure out what to do for spring break. Orlando is the one of the top spring break destinations for families. Although we love Walt Disney World, there are lots of other fabulously fun attractions in Orlando and we talked about a few of them. In our second hour we stayed close to home and talked about fun indoor activities that can get your crew’s blood pumping and even engage the moody tweens and teens. Here’s more details on what we discussed, as well as a link to the actual video segments (just in case you weren’t glued to your TV in the wee hours of the morning.
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Sagebrush Ranch is an educational indoor playground at the Booth Western Museum
Play. It’s how kids learn. But is all play equal? When the weather outside gets frightful, where can you take your little ones to work off some energy in some educational play. Here is a list of five wonderful Indoor Playgrounds in Atlanta that offer not only a place for physical exertion, but a mental workout as well. Many also have guides for parents to understand just what their kids are learning as they play. All of these places target kids from toddlers to elementary age. Please note, although I am describing them as ‘playgrounds’ all of these locations require that a parent engage with their children while they play. However, the good news is there is only one way in or out, so if you are chasing multiple kids and one gets away, you’ve only got one exit to cover.
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