So you have children and you cannot think of something to do this weekend? You could take them to the local park, but you took them there last week. You could plan another visit to the zoo, but you just went there recently and your kids are yearning for something new and different. How does a parent find something interesting to do with their kids? One way is to consult Kidsoutandabout.com, an online resource for things to do and more.
When You’re Out and About:
Kids might have a favorite place or two, but we all know that kids get bored doing the same thing over and over again. Kidsoutandabout.com is a good resource for finding something new and breaking up the routine. The site organizes its information into four main categories:
Events are the main reason parents visit Kidsoutandabout.com, but as you can see, the site includes much more than just that. It also has information on education, camps, and even local day care services. And a large percentage of the activities are free, easily accessible from the “Everything Free” link.
Is My City Listed?
Kidsoutandabout.com originated in Rochester, New York. Several areas of New York have their own Kidsoutandabout.com web pages, as expected, but other cities have been added in other states as well. Here is a list of the cities/counties with Kidsoutandabout.com resources:
- Salt Lake City
- St. Louis
- Albany, NY
- Hudson Valley, NY
- West Chester, NY
- Hartford, CT
- Fairfield County, CT
Kidsoutandabout.com continues to grow and expand, so there is a good chance that your city/region may be listed soon. Check the web site periodically for updates.
Kidsoutandabout.com is a useful resource for planning activities for kids and it encompasses a wide range of fun and education. Visitors to the web site can check a calendar of events, find fun places for birthday parties, lookup tutoring centers, find private schools, and otherwise find things to do that will make any child smile and/or improve his/her life and future.
Kidsoutandabout.com maintains a large number of activities and no matter how well I think I know my local area of Houston, it is surprising just how many things I discover that my family has yet to explore. Logging into the Kidsoutandabout.com reveals a plethora of activities just waiting to be experienced. It’s fun to use this site as both a resource and a planning guide. You and your kids can logon, click a category, and then decide from the resulting list what you want to do. With the constant updates and enhancements, there is always something new being added so parents should check back frequently. There is also a handy newsletter that anyone can sign-up for free of charge, for up to date information.
Kidsoutandabout.com doesn’t cover a large number of cities (yet!) but it is bound to expand its services as more people become aware of the site and what it offers. Logon today, and prepare for a new experience with your family.
Copyright 2013, Bryan Carey