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New Hampshire State Parks Babysitter's Guide

Even with camps, vacations and trips planned, three months of summer can feel like a lot of time to fill the kiddos' schedules with meaningful activities until they are back to school. Whether you use this guide yourself or share it with your caretaker, here’s our definitive babysitter’s guide to New Hampshire State Parks, for an entertaining and valuable use of your children’s summer vacation. Making exploring these parks as easy as possible is a key part of the babysitter’s guide. An NHSP Family Seasons Pass or a New Hampshire Park Plate  gets you where you need to go simply and quickly.
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Robert Frost Farm Historic Site

Babysitter's Guide to Summer Reading Goals

Most kids have summer reading or homework to do over their break, but it doesn't have to feel like a slog to get it done!. NH State Parks and New Hampshire history have you covered for accomplishing this with a day trip to Robert Frost Farm Historic Site in Derry.The farm is where New Hampshire’s most notable poet lived with his family. You can take a guided tour of the home any day of the week, as well as join the Robert Frost Homestead Trustees for a full events calendar in the summer. Of course, Robert Frost’s poems make a perfect subject for summer projects and reading lists, and the Trustees’ website is home to more teaching resources to keep kids' minds engaged over the break.

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