How to Keep Your Kids Entertained During March Break
With March Break just around the corner, it’s important to stock up on ideas and activities that will keep your kids entertained for the week. Though there may not be much snow left in the GTA, there are tons of great indoor and outdoor activities that will make the week fun for everybody.
Invite friends and family over for a do-it-yourself pizza night. You can make your own dough from scratch, or buy pre-made dough to roll out. Get creative with toppings, combinations, and shapes.
March Break at the AGO
“Immerse yourself in Yyoi Kusama’s playful world of light and colour. Take a journey through time and space. Create a huge collaborative futuristic city, make a lantern of light or a silly Emoji face mask, play with light and shadow, print a kaleidoscope of coloured patterns, and make a family memory at the Selfie Wall!” For more details, visit https://www.todocanada.ca/city/toronto/event/art-gallery-ontario-march-break/.
This March Break, visit the Toronto Zoo to say goodbye to Canada’s giant pandas before they move to the Calgary Zoo. For more details, visit: https://www.todocanada.ca/city/toronto/event/march-break-zoo/.
Welcome the spring season by making crafts with materials you can find at home. Use paper to make origami bunnies, egg cartons to make a flower bouquet, paint rocks to put in your garden, and much more. Get more ideas here: http://www.toronto4kids.com/Top-Picks/Simple-Spring-Crafts-for-Kids/.
Maple Syrup Festivals
The Tap into Maple festival runs from March 1st to May 21st this year. You can learn about the history of maple syrup, taste locally made products, and create your own maple treats. Other festivals and events that take place in March included self-guided tours with Muskoka Maple Festival and Trail, a Maplefest at McLean Berry Farm, and much more. For more details, visit https://www.400eleven.com/touring/maple-syrup-festivals.