Trying to figure out what to do with the kids this week? Here are five budget-friendly ideas for keeping them busy… Need more ideas? We’ve got 77 of them… 

5 things to do with kids in Baltimore this week

Monday: Get Snowballs at the Summer Shack
Kids snowballs are just $1.50 at the Summer Shack (without mallow). Skip rope, hula hoop and make chalkboard murals while you enjoy a frozen treat! Apparently, egg custard is STILL the favorite Baltimore flavor. MORE

Tuesday: Cool off after an early morning playground excursion with a $1 movie!
Regal Cinemas started $1 movies this month! On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, you can see out-of-theatre movies for just $1 at 10 AM! All movies are G or PG. This week’s flicks are Goosebumps and Iron Giant. If you’re headed to the Hunt Valley complex, maybe do a craft at Yankee Doodle afterward? MORE

Wednesday: Drop in for Nature Fun at Holt Park
Holt Park is offering a nature drop-in program for kids ages 2-6 every Wednesday at 11 AM with Ranger Lauren! Program includes stories, snacks, and a craft to take home. Siblings are welcome and you should dress for the weather! Program is FREE but a suggested donation of $2/pp would be welcome. MORE

Thursday: Take a Little Yogi or Yogi Friends Class
Head to Razz Yoga on Thursday (in Jacksonville) for a parent + me little yogis class with Erin from Mama Bear Yoga! Designed for kids ages 6 months to 6 years with their parent. Partner poses are emphasized, ensuring great bonding time. We’ll play yoga games and practice partner yoga, all while building confidence and self-esteem, as well as strong and healthy bodies. Class starts at 9 am and drop-in fee is $12/child (no fee for parent). There is a class at 10 AM for older kids (ages 7-12). MORE

Friday: Check out Pirate Story Time!
Did you know Urban Pirates offers a FREE pirate story time onboard FEARLESS every Wednesday and Friday at 9 AM? Space is definitely limited, so arrive early to get your spot! Then take a discounted family cruise at 9:30 AM! You’ll be back to enjoy an early lunch and still have time to hit the pool for an afternoon swim. MORE