December…what a rush of activity! Between holiday concerts, parties, elf on the shelf (don’t get me started on that one!), shopping, wrapping, and basically having to peel your children off the ceiling because they’re so excited for Santa to come, it can be an exhausting and stressful month. But what do you do when Christmas is over and there is still a lot of vacation left for your kids?
In my case, I always expect that all the cool new stuff they got for Christmas will keep them entertained that whole time, but no. It doesn’t last. Two days after Christmas they are going stir crazy and start fighting with each other.
If you’re looking for something fun to do that’s out of the house, I highly suggest you check out the program that CMOO is offering up this year. They will be set up in the old King Arthur’s building on West First Street.
This year they are taking a tour around the world and will have unique cultural activities and learning sessions throughout the week. My older daughter is very interested in geography and culture and this program will really excite her and pique her curiosity. Along with all the cultural programs, they will have all their exhibits set up for children to play with.
My girls had a blast last year and I am looking forward to breaking up the monotony of being in the house. Cabin fever sets in so fast in the winter! It’ll be great for them to be in the company of other kids and have something fun and enriching to do.
The program runs from December 26th through January 4th. The cost is $5 per person, and that includes adults. You can also purchase a discounted multi-day pass. I hope you take at least one day to come check out what CMOO has to offer. Your kids will love it!