Sorry, but — NO ADULTS ALLOWED — this one is for the kids. Grown-up, please hand this over to your little one. Got it, kiddo? Let’s plan a family day together. Here’s a fun schedule for you to try.
Be a chef and cook breakfast for the adults at home. The night before, ask your family to choose from one of these recipes. Don’t be afraid to ask for help if any of the instructions seem confusing.
While you eat, talk about your plan for the day. Ask your family to help you prepare a backpack with things you’ll need. We suggest bringing:
If you have time before heading to lunch, play at a playground like Ballast Point Park near Bayshore Boulevard.
For lunch, head to Daily Eats for Cap’N Crunch French Toast and old school diner vibes. After you’ve filled your belly, spend the afternoon exploring Glazer Children’s Museum. What are you looking forward to most? Looking up at the giant kaleidoscope and its colorful beauty? Or build and creating in the Engineers’ Workshop?
Wrap up the day with a family dinner. Head to one of our local farmers markets to pick out foods you can make together. Over dinner, talk about everything you did today. Ask questions like:
🧠 What was something new you learned?
🤡 What was something funny that happened?
👀 What would we do differently if we did that again?
👍 What do you definitely want to do again? (And again and again…)
Grown-ups — send us more family-friendly recommendations and we may just feature them in an upcoming newsletter.