It's the final week of May, and if you're anything like our family, you are EXHAUSTED. Last week alone we had two school concerts and an art show to attend in the evenings, along with our normal sports practices to shuttle kids to and from.
I told a friend who helped us with transportation logistics on one of the nights we had to be at two places at once that it takes a village ... especially in May.
I know other parts of the country are already into summer break. Hope that transition is going well!
We've gathered details on free events that are both educational and fun this week you can do from home, ranging from science experiments to diving down deep to learn about coral and turtles. Plus ... Disney!
And don't forget Memorial Day. Take time on Monday to honor those who have sacrificed.
Here are our five ideas on what to do with your family this week:
1. Tune in for Insider Walt Disney World Tips, Advice
Macaroni KID is super excited to partner with Walt Disney World! We're kicking off the fun with a live panel discussion at 3 p.m. ET Wednesday diving into everything you need to know about planning the most unforgettable Disney World vacation for your entire family. You'll get insider tips, expert advice, and all the magical secrets to make your Disney World dreams come true! Watch it on Macaroni KID National's Facebook page. May 24
2. Celebrate World Turtle Day
Join South Carolina Aquarium for a World Turtle Day "Shell-ebration"! You can join a free virtual tour of the aquarium's Sea Turtle Care Center. May 25
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3. Dive Deeper & Learn About Coral
STEAM fun at this Dive Deeper Science Lesson from Wonderlab! At this free virtual event children will learn about coral and can take part in a related science experiment with just a few common household items. May 26
4. Memorial Day
Today, we remember those who died serving in the U.S. military. Take a moment to honor their sacrifice and reflect on the freedoms we enjoy because of their service. May 29
Memorial Day craft: How to Make a Beaded American Flag Pin
5. Science Storytime For Little Learners
This online and free science story time, hosted by WonderLab, helps young scientists develop literacy and STEM skills, as well as build vocabulary by actively participating in the hands-on program. May 31