Chicago Public School students are on spring break this week and instead of allowing them to sit around the house and play on their phones all day, encourage them to get involved with different activities throughout the city.
Millennium Park: About 25 acres of green space which includes a theater, art and lots of cool places to take selfies -- especially next to the reflective "Bean."
Willis Tower: View Chicago and other surrounding states from the 103rd Sky Deck. If too high of heights is the problem, a trip to the 110-story skyscraper lobby is just as good. After all, it's an iconic skyscraper and one of the tallest buildings in the world.
Navy Pier: Once a Navy training center, this famous Chicago attraction includes restaurants, shops, carnival rides and fireworks. Pretty cool.
Art Institute of Chicago: Art is not everyone's thing, but children should be exposed to the arts at some point in their lives, so why not during spring break? View some of the most beautiful artwork from world-renown artists.
Lincoln Park Zoo: A FREE Zoo where you can see hundreds of different creatures from ants to zebras!
Chicago Public Library: There are several around Chicago, where your child can read books, listen to music and watch videos about interesting places, people and things.
There are many things to do in the city of Chicago and you should grab your kids and go!