In Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties, public schools are in recess March 14 - March 18.
I was chatting with a co-worker who is still considering options - including taking the week off to be with her daughter and participate in a swimming program.
But for many parents, that's not a possibility.
In the past - I've enrolled my kid in tennis camp, martial arts and general park camps. He's spent school day holidays at a science museum; taking swimming lessons; and with family.
Depending on the child's age - parents of pre-K and early elementary age children might not want them in camps that go on field trips - or emphasize day-long outdoor activities.
But a half-day camp could be a problem for parents who lack transportation or flexibility with work and bosses.
Network with other parents of children who attend your child's pre-K/ elementary- or middle school. Ask where their kid is going to spend spring break. See if you can partner up on transportation and other resources.
South Florida has a wealth of venues and activities for kids of all ages.
Check out our own South Florida Parenting for its camp guide; and each issue is chockablock full of activities and resources for kids.
Admittedly, most people have moved on and are already planning on what to do with their kids for the summer break. And most camp ads are going to promote those programs.
So, are you still planning on planning what to do with you child for Spring Break? Then, what are you waiting for?