4. Set up a neighbourhood snow-date
When you’d rather toboggan to work than get behind the wheel of your car, think local for a fun snow day diversion! Get the kids & ‘rents on your block together for some hill sliding, movie watching and hot chocolate drinking (spiked for the grown ups).
3. Keep their minds engaged
Just because it’s a day off school doesn’t mean the learning needs to stop! Ignore any groans from the kiddos – learning through play is the way to go here. Dig into a make-and-play activity box, stage an impromptu play or dance party, or play a rousing game of charades or Simon Says.
2. Head off on a digital vacation with Sago Mini World
Okay, we just had to sneak this shameless plug in here. But, in our humble (and definitely not biased) opinion, there’s nothing like snuggling up on the couch with your littles and watching them explore and play. Might we suggest Vacation, Boats and Road Trip if you’re dreaming of warmer climes, or Snow Day if you want to get a hit of toboggan-induced adrenaline without zipping up the snowsuit?