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Why Parents Stress Out Over Summer Break

Summer Break

Summer is in full swing, so the kids are rejoicing about not being in school, but what about the parents?

With kids at home, parents are faced with the challenge of coming up with fun daily activities.

A new study by OnePoll, commissioned by Groupon, finds stressed out parents want summer break to end after only 13 days.

Some of the factors leading to this stress are: finding affordable activities, worrying about gas prices, and letting the kids spend too much time on their electronics.

The study finds that some of the best ways to win summer and keep the kids occupied are taking them to a water park or amusement park. Going bowling or visiting the zoo are also on the list.