Spring Break at San Antonio Botanical Gardens

We are huge fans of the San Antonio Botanical Garden (SABOT) – we love participating in their seasonal exhibits, homeschool classes and various activities offered during the year.

This week was Spring Break for our area, and SABOT had various Spring Break themed activities planned for kids. Each day from 10-2 there were crafts and activities available for kids.

We went with a few homeschool families and had a blast! Our kids made crafty leis, learned about Japanese sand Zen gardens, went “fishing” for shells, made colored sand art, and even played in a HUGE mountain of sand that was brought in for the week. There was also an amazing sand sculpture on display – the artist worked during the course of the week and sculpted the front of the Alamo as well as a caterpillar on some cactus.

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2 Comments on “Spring Break at San Antonio Botanical Gardens

  1. Wow, Ender is getting so big! I think in that one pic with his scrunched expression that he is looking like dad.

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    • oh he’s a beast! I only wear him on my back now when absolutely necessary and for short durations. He’s just too bulky for me.

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