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Fun things to do with kids in Dallas Fort Worth area this last weekend of February

Neha B


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An every weekend's stress for parents is to keep the kids entertained and happy. Doing fun things together with kids is the best way to bond, gives them opportunities to explore the outer world and know their parents just beyond the mere relationship. With everything we all have gone through the last week of snow storm and uninvited havoc, it is a great idea to unwind and take a breather.


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Here's a few fun things happening in around and Dallas to enjoy with your kids. At least one of these are guaranteed going to make your kids excited for the weekend!

1. Monster Truck Wars: Business address: 1818 Rodeo Drive Mesquite, TX 75149

For more information visit: mesquite-monster-truck-wars

Yes, you read that right! For the first time ever, America's wildest Monster truck show is coming to our very own city of Mesquite, Tx.

You get to see their giant superstar monster trucks compete in action. This is a two day thrilling event, days of destruction, ground pounding monster truck jam! It is important that you purchase your tickets in advance to avoid lines and also the prices can be higher on the gates.


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There is a bounce house for the kids to have fun in the kids zone. For kids ages between 3-9, bring their power wheels and watch them race around the track! A super fun activity for the kids to be a part of the Monster truck show!!

2. The Family Friendly Matinee Comedy Show: Business Address: The Comedy Arena, 305 E Virginia St, Suite 104, McKinney, Tx.

For more information visit: https://www.showclix.com/event/family-friendly-2021--02-28

Put your laughing hats on as you watch this 45 minutes long comedy show on Sun, February 28th. The show is designed for kids and families to watch. You can bring along 2 food items and beverages. What is better than a fun and laughter filled evening with kids.


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3. Engineers week 2021: Business Address: Virtual event by Fort Worth Museum Science and History.

For more Information visit:www.fwmuseum.org/engineers-week-2021/

If you are social distancing and want to spend a fun weekend with kids from the comfort of your home, this virtual event will keep your kids engaged. Plus it can be a fun activity that you do together! Visit their Facebook page to see the list of materials you will be needing to go hands on engineering in this virtual event.

Learn more about engineering and robotics and make your own catapult, rollercoasters and so much more fun packed into this event!

4. Healthy kid's running series spring 2021: Business Address: Lakewood Elementary School, 3000, Hillbrook St, Dallas, Tx

For more information visit: HealthyKidsRunningSeriesFall2016DallasTX

Let's go running! Participate in the youth running program on Sunday, February 28th. This event is open for kids ages 2 and up. Kids will have so much fun running plus they learn about an active healthy lifestyle. You get to cheer them up and make it a family event!

5. Coding club for kids: 3D animations and games with Alice: Vitual event by Dr. Jey Veerasamy, UT Dallas.

For more information visit: utdcsor/events/

This event is totally FREE and open to anyone who would like to participate and learn and have fun. Recommended for 5th graders and up, they welcome any ages. So if you would like to expose your child to an idea of coding, join in! Please note that you will be required to install Alice software and it won't work on Chromebook. They have a schedule of the activities that will be done in the sessions that you can check out on their website!

6. Meditation for Children to relax: Virtual event by Dallas Raja Yoga Meditation Group

For more information visit:Dallas-Raja-Yoga-Meditation-Group/

Have a relaxed weekend with Dallas based professional yoga teachers. This event is for kids ages 5- 10. Kids will listen to stories of positivity and learn life values and conflict resolution skills through arts and crafts all from the comfort of their homes, backyards or any relaxed place!


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Have a great relaxed and fun filled last weekend of this month!

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