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Here are some activities and ideas for parents who work during spring break:

  1. Arrange for a staycation and explore your city or town as a family. Visit local museums, parks, and attractions.

  2. Plan a day trip or weekend getaway that fits within your work schedule.

  3. Schedule playdates or sleepovers with your child's friends, so they can have fun while you're at work.

  4. Sign your child up for a spring break camp or program that aligns with their interests, such as sports, art, or science.

  5. Encourage your child to start hobbies such as painting, photography, or gardening.

  6. Have your child spend time with extended family members, such as grandparents, aunts, or uncles.

  7. Set up a scavenger hunt or treasure hunt for your child to do while you're at work.

  8. Assign household tasks to your child, such as cleaning, organizing, or cooking, to keep them occupied.

  9. Have your child write and illustrate their book or comic book.

  10. Take your child to work with you for a day, if possible, to give them a glimpse into your professional life.

Remember, communication is key. Talk to your child about their interests and needs, and work together to come up with a plan that works for both of you during spring break.

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