If you’re a parent in the Fort Worth area and your child is getting restless with boredom, don’t panic: just choose one of the many fun things to do in Fort Worth with kids. From expending their energy at a trampoline park to encouraging their creative side with music lessons, there are a wide variety of things to do in Fort Worth with kids that should keep them occupied until they’re mercifully ready to go back to school.
The dog days of summer (with average temperatures in the mid-90s) can make planning for a day in Fort Worth difficult, especially when you’ve got a few kids in tow. These seven activities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area will help you cool off on a hot day.
Still need ideas for the summer? Try this list of summer camps.
Children from 12 months old to 18 years old can benefit from an ASI Gymnastics class, located in both Arlington and Keller. Kids who take gymnastic classes tend show both health benefits, including increased strength and coordination, and a boost in self-confidence.
Take a peek at what parents and others say about ASI Gymnastic classes:
“Coach Cruz is great with communicating to the children what they need to do. He is patient and fun! Everyone I've dealt with is kind and helpful. My daughter loves this gym we have enrolled to continue classes.” – Melanie R.
“I bought this Groupon for my 2 year old and it has been such a fun thing for her to do once a week! We love the classes, gym, and staff!” – Hayden F.
“I LOVE this gym! The coaches are great. They learn your name within one class, [and] the kids stay active the entire hour and really get a great workout. Best part is they don't even know they're working out!“ – Lindsay A.
“The entire staff is friendly and welcoming. My daughter’s coach is Coach Cris and we have been so happy with him! He is very patient with all of the littles (3 year olds) in his class. My daughter has learned so much in just a month.” – Jessica A.
Does your child love sports? No matter which sport they’re into, you should be able to find an activity in Fort Worth for them. Find your kid’s favorite sport below for our best suggestion:
If you’d rather not spend a lot (and who does?), try one of these kids activities. They’re fun things to do that don’t cost too much, and your kid won’t know you decided to be frugal. You could even tell them it cost $1 million! Below, we put together five different kids activities (all great!) for different price ranges.
The first step: ask your child what kind of class they might be interested in taking. Once they offer an idea or two, use this list to find a great option for their hobby of choice: