For some, spring break is fast approaching, and they need activities to occupy themselves.
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**While participating in the recreational activities listed below, please follow your provincial health measures to keep yourself and others safe.
Indoor activities for a rainy day
Declutter and Decorate
Unleash your creative spirits by decorating for spring. Redecorate your bedroom, your living room, or your entire house. It can be a fun project for the whole family!
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Karaoke night with family and friends
Avoid social gatherings, but who said we couldn't use technology to connect? Create a zoom call and jam the night out!
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Family Game Night
Pull out an old board game you have not played in a while. Perhaps a few nostalgic memories will warm the night.
Ideas for inspiration: https://blog.nationwide.com/family-game-night-ideas/
If you are searching for some bonding activities, we can suggest Never Have I Ever, Charades, or Two Truths and a Lie. You will be sure to get some laughs out of these family-friendly activities!
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Read a book
Want a great way to end the night before going to bed? Put your feet up and read a book on your TBR list! If you are looking for book recommendations, you can browse through your local library’s website or visit our website for book recs. Happy reading!
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Hungry? Why not take the time to enjoy a homemade meal or learn a new recipe? Nothing in the fridge? No problem! Order from a local business, or visit your local farmer's market.
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Virtual field trips
Want to get out of the house? Take advantage of virtual field trips.
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Longing for a lazy night with family and friends? Well you certainly deserve a movie after a long and tiresome day.
Dive into the past with our list of movie recommendations
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Why not take advantage of the beautiful weather while it lasts?
Why not go for a bike ride across the city? Or a walk to your local park. Then, have a picnic outside.
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Become an observer
Nature's wonders never fail to disappoint. Wake up early to observe the sunrise or take a late-night stroll to enjoy the sunset.
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Plant a garden
Spring is the perfect time to begin planting! Whether you wish to plant some crops for winter, or some elegant daffodils, the choice is up to you! What a beautiful sight it will be to wake up to flowers blooming.
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Article author: Michelle Xiao
Article editors: Sherilyn Wen, Edie Whittington