The Kids Are Out of School…Now What?


Hello Loves,


So, the Christmas presents have been opened, Christmas dinner has been digested and the leftovers thrown out. It’s cold and hard to keep the kids out for long periods, so what to do? You’ll find some ideas below of things to do to keep the kiddies occupied and perhaps the whole family.


Out with the old and in with the new. Here’s a great project that can also teach your child to give and recycle. Take a box and encourage your children to pick out toys they can do without and agree to give away. With all the new gifts received during Christmas, they (and you) likely need more space. I like to turn on a particular song and see if they can work slow or fast, depending upon how slow of fast the music might be.

Carmike Movie theater, Cheaper tickets but there are some good kids movies you can go see for your toddler and elementary , you have Trolls, Secret Life of Pets and Storks, a ticket is $2.50.


Jump Jam - open 11am- 7pm starting Jan 1st , if you don’t know what this place is, I’ll explain you pay around 13 per adult (adult age starts at 7) and you are allowed to jump your little hearts contempt for 1 whole hr. They have everything from basketball to a course that your child can attempt as many times as they want. It does get crowed if I was you I would go and sign up for what they call a flight time do all your waivers online and plan ahead, with school being out I have waited up to 5 hrs to just be able to jump.

Knoxville Zoo- Yes the zoo is still open in the winter and don’t forget they have that great kiddie area that’s inside. If you are the Zoos Circle of friends they have a behind the s the Tiger Forest that you can see before it opens up to the public. Starting price to be a Circle of Friends is $250. Of Course general tickets are Adult (13-64) is $9.95 Child (4-12) is $8.48 and Senior (65 and up) $8.48 Parking is $5.00


Knoxville Museum of Art 1050 Worlds Fair Park Drive- open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 1-5 CLOSED ON MONDAY Free to get in.


Laser Quest Knoxville 8083 Kingston 865 769-0896 starting price is $8.50 They have a Winter Break Triple Play Sun Jan.1 to Jan 8th


Farragut Folk life Museum – 11408 Municipal Center Dr. Farragut Tn, 865-218-3377 open Monday- Friday 10am-4:30pm Free of Charge


Sunsphere-   810 W Clinch Ave Ste 8, Knoxville, TN 37902 · (865) 251-6861 11am-6pm Free of Charge


Max Air Trampoline Park- 229 E Emory Rd, Powell Tn indoor trampoline park Tuesday-Thursday 4pm-9pm Friday 4pm-11pm Saturday 10am- 11pm Sunday noon-6pm Prices start at $12 per adult and go up to $20 Depending on how long you want to jump. Children 6 and under start at $8 and go up to $15 and Children under 2 are free if the adult pays to jump if not they are $8. To save time go online and save a jump time but walk ins are welcome.


  • Gym Bugs-Now Open Monday –   201 Sherway Rd | Knoxville, TN | 37922   865-691-2671  Monday Open Gym 4-45 Wednesday Open Gym 4:20-5:20 $5 per kid with a $1 off for siblings. THIS IS A GREAT PRESCHOOOL ACTIVITY
    • Trampolines
    • Mini Roller Coaster
    • Ball Pit
    • Slides
    • Tunnels
    • Balance Beams
    • Mats
    • Appropriate Preschool Gymnastics Equipment



Ice Chalet-   100 LEBANON ST

KNOXVILLE TN 37919  Monday and Tuesday noon-3:30, Wed. Noon-530 and 8pm-10pm Thursday Noon-3:30 and 8pm-10 Friday Noon-5:30 and 7:30pm-10pm Sat. 1:30-10pm Admission is $6 and skate Rental is $6




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