Keep busy indoors during this frigid weekend!

Real Estate Agent with The Chenevey Group 155728

This time of year can be tough to keep the kiddos busy. When tempurtures drop below freezing, as it will be for the next week, outside play time becomes very limited. We are not just talking about the kids here, how do we keep ourselves entertained? Thinking outside the box, I found a few more ideas then netflix and chill or video games. Here's some great ideas from parents and bloggers all over the country! I know I'll be giving a few a these a try this weekend especially if the wind chill drops below zero. I don't know about you, but this gets close to my cut off temperture for outside activity! So here they are, stay warm and have fun!


1)  "Meaningful Mama" Paper Plane Tape Landing Strip


2) Playtivies "Mini Ice Rink"



3) Stay at home Mom Survial Guide has all the info on an "Indoor Campout"


4)Homespun Aesthics "Light Tunnel" left over Christmas decorations still out?


5) There was no link to this but the picture says it all! "Scavenger Hunt"!


6)And for the whole family.. Make movie night, more then just Nextflix and Chill. Add a pop corn bar with toppings or how about a soup bar? Throw in a few movie related acivites and now you have a memorable evening for the entire family! (Star wars themed cocktails anyone?)

Comments (2)

Michael J. Perry
KW Elite - Lancaster, PA
Lancaster, PA Relo Specialist

Looks like fun ! We are going to have a wet weekend but our temps are headed over 45 !

Feb 06, 2018 11:27 AM
Nancy Chenevey

We'd jump for joy to see 40 degrees!

Feb 06, 2018 11:31 AM
Mary Yonkers
Alan Kells School of Real Estate/Howard Hanna Real Estate - Erie, PA
Erie/PA Real Estate Instructor

Nancy Chenevey I am a bit late for the weekend, but I appreciate the ideas for a frigid weekend anytime.  It was quite cold in Erie, PA so we spent time inside watching the Olympics.  Finally today, Wednesday was warmer so I went for a two-mile walk after teaching real estate CE all day.  

Feb 14, 2018 04:22 PM
Nancy Chenevey

Yes, these really will work all year long for rainy days too!

Feb 26, 2018 01:30 PM