Keeping Your Madison, Mississippi Kids Happy During Spring Break

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Keller Williams Realty

Keeping Your Madison, Mississippi Kids Happy During Spring BreakNo one wants their kids to be unhappy during Spring Break.  And not everyone can afford or has time to take the family to the beach for Spring Break.  But, you still have great alternatives around Madison, Mississippi during Spring Break to keep their boredom at bay.

Here are some ideas for keeping your kids busy and happy:


* Mosart Craft Studio - They will be having a two week Spring Break camp for kids ages 5 to 15.  Morning camp is from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.  Afternoon camp is from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.  Mosart Craft Studio is located in the Madison Market Shopping Center on US 51.  All skill levels are encouraged to come.  Groups will be sectioned out by ages.  They will be working on glass, wood and ceramics.


* Different Strokes Art Studio - If you can't commit to a week long program, this may be perfect for you.  Classes will be held from 10:00 am through 6:00 pm during the week at the studio in the Trace shopping Center in Ridgeland, MS.  Children should bring a drink and snack and be ready to have a ton of fun working with pottery projects.  Very young children will need supervision from an adult.

* Champions Baseball Spring Break Camp - If you're looking for something athletic, this is a great place to start.  Bring your child to Millsaps College bright and early on Monday morning for the four-day camp.  Camp will end at 12:00 pm each day.  For more information, call Jim Page at (601) 974-1196.

* YMCA of Flowood - Soccer lovers will like this camp a lot.  Bring your soccer players to Liberty Road just off Lakeland Drive for a half-day camp.  YMCA members get reduced rates.  For more details, call (601) 664-1995.

* Mississippi Museum of Natural Science - If you want educational programs for your young ones, bring them to Riverside Drive in Jackson, MS.  There is an ongoing educational and interactive exhibit for kids featuring Smokey the Bear and Woodsy Owl.  You can visit their website at museum.mdwfp.com.

* Jackson Zoo - Your kids, no matter how old they are, will absolutely love the Jackson Zoo.  Just head on over toward the state's capital and you'll soon be there. 

If, after all this, your kids are still bored, it's time to break out the heavy artillery and make them study.

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