What to Do With Your Kids this Spring Break

Posted by  Katie Gayle, on Nov 24, 2021 11:06:06 AM


It’s not every week your kids are out of school! Take advantage of the time off to make some fun memories with them. Check out the list of activities in the Fort Worth area below that your child would love doing this Spring Break.

Activities in the Fort Worth Area…

We bet there’s something cool in the Fort Worth area that you and your kids would love. Pick a few days out of the week to do something around town that the whole family would enjoy!

Creative Soul’s Spring Break Rock Camp

If your kid wants to do something out of the ordinary and loves music, they will have the time of their life at our Spring Break Rock Camps! The camps start on March 14th and go until the 18th. Your child will get the opportunity to join a band with other kids, learn and write songs and even perform for a live audience! Find out more about our camps here.

Escape Room

If your kids love games and puzzles, they will love the Escape Room. It’s a life-size escape scenario that you and your team (family) have to work together to get out of. Each scenario lasts about an hour, and leaves you with awesome memories.

Fort Worth Zoo

During Spring Break, you can either spend a few hours at the zoo for a fun visit, or maybe your kids would enjoy the Fort Worth Zoo’s Spring Break Camp from March 14-18th.

Ice Skating

Whether your kids have been ice skating a million times, or they haven’t gone yet – what better time to learn than now? Some great places to skate include Panther Island Ice, ICE at The Parks and Rollerworld NE.

Movie Night

Rent a movie and order pizza, or take the kids out for a fun trip to the theater. Below are some popular films being released around or before Spring Break:

Another awesome thing to do is head to the Coyote Drive-in to watch a movie in your car and enjoy some classic concessions.

Spend the Day Outside

In Fort Worth, you can walk the Trinity Trails along the river, or just hang out at a park. Bring some food and Frisbees – even your pet!

Or you can spend the day at the Stockyard Station, learning about the history of Texas and seeing the different attractions. Kids love it there, and you will, too!

Watch a Performance

Whether you go to the Bass Hall or visit a smaller theater, most kids love watching a show! Click here to see specific shows that will be playing in the Fort Worth area during Spring Break.

Visit a Museum

Two popular museums to visit in the Fort Worth area during Spring Break include the Amon Carter Museum and the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.

Activities at Home...paint.jpg

Going out to do something fun is always great, but sometimes staying home and spending time with family is even better. Here are a few ideas of things to do with your kiddos at home:

  • Build a Blanket Fort
  • Create a Craft/Painting
  • Listen to Your Favorite Music
  • Make Cookies
  • Play Cards or Board Games
  • Read Books Together
  • Rearrange the Furniture
  • Sidewalk Chalk
  • Start a Garden

Hopefully this list will help you plan an eventful Spring Break for you and your children. If you have any ideas about what to do during the break, tell us in the comments – we’d love to know!

Recent Posts

Need Help With Music Lessons

Fill out our form below and we can help you take your next right step.



music instructor music lessons fort worth

Success is Not Achievement But This

I am an avid reader.  Self help books are my jam and though that though that sounds lame, I am fascinated with people who are uber successful.  Here's  a study I came across that has helped me think...

What is a Good Age to Start Music Lessons?

Music is something that people of all ages can enjoy. Even small children love music - even if they aren’t sure what it is yet. As kids grow, they might become more interested in music - listening to...

Top 6 Reasons Why People Take Music Lessons

We have had nearly 10,000 students come to Creative Soul since we first opened in 2006, which is absolutely incredible. One of the first questions I ask every parent and student who comes to our door...