What are you doing for Spring Break?

Devin White

It’s almost spring break. Some people have big plans; others will be at home with nothing to do because their parents are at work. You could always sit around and play Xbox or sleep for the whole week, but what fun would that be? Well the TMHS Post has ideas for you to make your spring break fun and enjoyable.

If you want to get out the house and enjoy the outdoors, here are some things you could do with your friends:

  • Get friends together and eat lunch and play at a park. You could bring a football or baseball and play catch or if your neighborhood pool at your park is open you could go swimming
  • Girls, you can start a mini garden, makeover your bedroom or even invite friends over and have a girl’s day out with a mini-spa, watching movies or just catching up on the latest gossip
  • You could invite friends over and become chefs and just start cooking and see if you can come up with a good meal
  • Then you could always go ride your bike or walk on a walking trail in your neighborhood
  • Start a carwash in your driveway. Make posters to advertise it, get the supplies and friends and then you can come back to school with some cash in your pocket

If you have a parent or friend who can drive, maybe you could go to a couple of these cool places:

  • Sky Zone IndoorTrampolinePark:10207 S. Sam Houston ParkwayWest HoustonTX,77489
  • Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo at Reliant Stadium where you can see performances such as Reba, Chris Young, Banda El Limon, Zac Brown Band, Miranda Lambert, The Band Perry, Jason Aldean, Train, Brad Paisley and Alan Jackson
  • Arden-L-N Indoor Skydiving for people who want a big thrill and see what its like to sky dive without having to go 1500 feet in the air
  • Make a scavenger hunt for your friends in the Houston Area, make them buy funny stuff and take pictures at cool places all over the city
  • Go to Super HappyFunLandTeen Club3801 Polk StreetHouston,TX77003
  • You can always go catch a Houston Rockets game or a Houston Aeros at theToyotaCenterin Downtown Houston. Tickets for Rockets games start at $11 on stubhub.com and tickets for Aeros games start at $25 on stubhub.com.
  • Visit the Beer Can House. As seen on Ripley’s Believe it or Not and have about 50,000 beer cans decorate the house. (222 Malone Street  Houston, TX 77007)
  • Visit Chinatown Downtown Houston to visit the Hong Kong City Mall.
  • Visit Discovery Green Park Downtown by the George R. Brown Convention Center and Minute Maid Park.
  • Take a trip to theArt Car Museum. (140 Heights Boulevard  Houston,TX77007)
  • Museum of Natural Science Downtown, One Herman Circle Drive Houston, TX 77030
  • Visit the nationally ranked Houston Zoo in Downtown were you can see thousands of diffrent types of animals

 There are thousands of things you can do in Houston during Spring Break this year. Don’t just sit around the house, get out and have some fun.