Activities for Kids Over Easter 2013, near St Albans, Herts

by mediocremum on 22/03/2013

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Kids Activities

Just having my pre school holiday panic!  We don’t have any built in playmates for our 5 year old except the cats and us and we can only take so much so I do try and arrange a few things for her over half-term.  As an only child we really like her to socialize with other kids and to be active.

On my travels around the net I found the following activities and thought you may find them useful.  We haven’t signed her up to all of them we do like to set aside a couple of days to chill.

Westminster Lodge is running Activity Camps over the holidays.  It’s a bargain at £20 a day!

Ashridge Easter Egg trail – We are huge fans of Ashridge Forest and have been on the Easter Egg Trail before.  We have plans to go on the Sunday possibly followed by lunch at The Red Lion in Lower Dagnall.

Butterfly World Looks like they have lots on.  I like the sound of Easter Art on Easter Sunday

Stockwood Discovery Centre (Luton) another one of our favourites, also looks like they have a lot on during the holidays.  It’s free to get in but then you just pay a couple of quid for craft activities.  If it’s a nice day bring a picnic and a blanket, alternatively there is a cafe.

Down in the Woods – I’m absolutely gutted that I’ve already booked our daughter into something on the 2nd of April as I love the sound of their play scheme.  Children spend either a full day or half a day  the in the woods playing woodland games, camp building, natural crafts and cooking on an open fire. (scroll down the page for the description)

Fine Art 4 Kids – Are running a series of 2 hour workshops for kids.  They learn about an artist then make their own work of art.  I’m still undecided as I’m not sure if it’s too old for our daughter.

I’d really like to find something that involves dance or drama.  If you of anything please do leave a comment below!






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