Memories in the making: 3 fun classes for parents and kids

You might not be flying off to a beach with your kids over spring break, but that doesn’t mean you can’t bond and have fun right here at home. Get class-y with your kids – and we mean that literally.

Here are three classes that will create memories while learning a new skill with your children. No plane ticket required.

1. Take a cooking class together at The Kids Table via its family cooking classes. Kids as young as 2 are welcome. Themes for March include St. Paddy’s Day, Mexican Fiesta and Italian night. $25 per family member.

2. Take a Weekend Family Class at the Chicago Botanic Garden, where topics such as Paper Making with Plants, Homemade Ice Cream and Gumballs and Superballs make for a fun-filled (and sometimes yummy) day. Prices vary but run about $23 per nonmember child.

3. Take a martial arts class together at Fonseca Martial Arts, which offers kung fu, karate, self-defense and more. Prices vary by class.

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