Leuke dingen doen in de Herfstvakantie


Het is altijd fijn om leuke dingen te doen. Maakt niet uit in welke vakantie. Het is leuk om dingen te verzinnen om te doen in het weekend, op een woensdagmiddag, wanneer basisschoolkinderen vrij zijn, of in de vakanties en tijdens vrije dagen en feestdagen.

Het is fijn om mooi herinneringen te maken. Het leven bestaat niet alleen maar uit werken, studeren en huiswerk maken. Dingen krijgen is leuk, maar dingen ervaren en beleven is nog mooier.
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Enkele tips:
  • kijk wat de bibliotheek organiseert, kijk in de krant of de site van de bieb wat het (kinder)programma is
  • kijk dus op de site van jouw lokale VVV
  • ga na of het buurthuis nog iets leuks doet
  • is er een leuke voorstelling in het theater, in de bioscoop, in de nieuwe bibliotheek, in het buurthuis of in de stadsschouwburg?
  • organiseert het winkelcentrum iets leuks?
  • ga naar de bioscoop
  • kijk in de krant wat er voor leuke festivals, evenementen, winkelopeningen of activiteiten zijn
  • ga naar een indoorspeelhal
  • bouw een hut in huis
  • is er iets te doen op de kinderboerderij?
  • ga naar een dierentuin of dierenwinkel om beestjes te kijken
  • ga naar een attractiepark, indoorspeelhal of pretpark
  • reserveer een kamer in een escaperoom (in Room of Riddles is het 10+)
  • fietsen oppimpen is ook leuk met bloemslingers en verf
  • bezoek familie die je weinig ziet of nodig ze uit, haal de banden aan
  • bezoek een apart museum, bijvoorbeeld het geldmuseum of een tassenmuseum
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  • pak wol, kralen, klei, verf, kleurpotlood, krijtjes of wasco en papier of een canvas en ga aan de slag
  • ga buiten spelen, knikkeren, touwtjespringen, kaatseballen, badmintonnen...
  • hou een vrijdagavonddisco en zet lekker muziek op, verzin er leuke dansjes bij, film het en bekijk het resultaat
  • help met huiswerk, stof bijspijkeren of bijles geven, ja ook dat kan op een leuke speelse manier
  • schmink elkaar en ga zo naar buiten
  • reis af naar een andere wijk, stadsdeel, stad of dorp en ga daar de toerist uithangen
  • volg een workshop, je kan het zo gek niet bedenken of er is wel een workshop voor
  • ga naar een klimpark of klimbos
  • verzamel in park of bos herfstdecoratie
  • ga op safari in een Nederlands natuurpark
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