The best things to do on a snow day

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The best things to do on a snow day

Staff writer Skyler Simpson explains the different ways to fill your snow filled day off!

Staff writer Skyler Simpson explains the different ways to fill your snow filled day off!

Skyler Simpson

Staff writer Skyler Simpson explains the different ways to fill your snow filled day off!

Skyler Simpson

Skyler Simpson

Staff writer Skyler Simpson explains the different ways to fill your snow filled day off!

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This year, North Penn has had multiple snow days, 2 hour delays, and early dismissals. Especially during a school closing, there’s a ton of extra time to spend doing cool stuff.

 

  1. Catch up on homework!

It sounds boring, I know. However, a day spent indoors is the perfect time to finish an assignment or study for a test. This way, you won’t be rushing the night before to get stuff done and can take a have more leisure time.

  1. Play in the snow!

As long as there’s not a full-scale blizzard going on, grab your warmest clothes and head outside. You can build a snowman, make a snow angel, or take pictures in the snowfall. Whatever you choose to do, just make sure you stay safe and warm.

  1. Bake something!

Nothing’s better than a warm treat on a cold day. Here’s some yummy recipes guaranteed to make your mouth water.

http://www.hallmarkchannel.com/home-and-family/recipes/winter-wonderland-brownies

https://sugarspunrun.com/blizzard-cookies/

https://www.awortheyread.com/winter-snowflake-cupcakes/

  1. Binge-watch some TV!

Don’t feel like going outside? Netflix has you covered. You can finish a season of your favorite show, re-watch old favorites, or even start a new series you’ve been eyeing up. My personal recommendations are Glee, Dark Matter, and Reign – all on Netflix.

  1. Draw something!

Nothing is more inspiring than a winter snowfall. If you like to draw, get some blue and silver hues and look out your window. Maybe your next masterpiece awaits.

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