If you live in the Midwest, you might be home with the kids today, since much of this part of the country is having a blast of snowy weather and some parts are under blizzard warnings. Who doesn't love snow days? It's fun to be indoors, warm and c...Snow ice cream adds yummy fun to a day spent at home.
David Sukhin has bever been wrong when predicting when his school would get a snow day. Credit: Associated Press On the next snowy day, don't wait for the official announcement to find out if your child's school will be closed. Just ...The New Jersey student has never been wrong when predicting when his school would be closed.
Make cookies for a cookie swap. Credit: Getty Images This year, when Dec. 21 rolls around, why not celebrate the first day of winter with fun activities that can become your family's tradition? Here are five entertaining ways to usher ...Why not celebrate the first day of winter with fun activities that can become your family's tradition?
Plan fun activities to make the most of a snow day. Credit: MGShelton, FlickrSnow days are a cause of celebration for kids, but can pose problems for parents. There's no need to worry: When classes are canceled, a little creativity and smart pla...
Students at Northeast High School in Philadelphia are somewhat accustomed to snow days, but yesterday they got a day off for a very different reason. It seems that when workers arrived in the early morning hours to open up the school building, they g...
I grew up in Cleveland, where it snowed. Every winter. A lot. Every year you could more or less count on at least two or three weeks of really good sledding weather. But for kids in Central Texas, where I live now, snow days come once in a lifetime -...
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