School busses are cancelled again in the Parry Sound District - yikes! It's also remarkably chilly at -18. There isn't really enough snow to build a fort, so in lieu of that traditional activity here is a list.
1. Strap on the snowshoes and take a walk!
Realistically you could probably get away without the snowshoes at this point. But trust me, you're going to want to bundle up first. And maybe take a flask of hot chocolate for extra calories strength. Not sure where to head out in the Magnetawan area? We've got you covered.
2. Huddle up with a pile of blankets, family pets, and a Disney movie.
This if pretty self explanatory. If Disney movies aren't your jam, binge watching a TV show on Netflix could do instead.
3. Get your Pinterest on and try a new recipe.
Bonus points for anything involving chocolate.
Heck yes, there's an app for that. You too can belt out the incorrect words to songs at the top of your lungs with total strangers. Fun right?
5. Deep clean the fridge.
Haha, just kidding.
6. Board games with the family.
We're partial to Multi-dimensional Risk around these parts. The game involves two Risk boards, blended rules, and a fair amount of frustration. 10/10 would recommend.
Unless you've recently been reintroduced to society after an extended vacation on the moon, you're probably aware that adult colouring books are a thing. Here's a link to some pages to print out. Colouring can also be done at the same time as #2 on this list, so you'll be multi-tasking. Way to go, you.
8. Huddle up with a pile of blankets, family pets, and a book.
This is an exciting alternative to a Disney movie or Netflix marathon.
Does your family have any fun snow day activities? We'd love to hear them!
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