Last Minute March Break Staycation Ideas

Scrambling to organize a few fun things to do with your family this March Break? We’ve got you covered.

Planned a 'staycation' this March Break, but still scrambling to think of fun ways to fill up your days (and keep your kids happy)? Not to worry. No matter the weather - sleet, snow, rain or sun - we’ve got you covered with this round-up of fun March Break activities, that won’t break the bank.

Lindsay Evans is the Editor-in-Cheif of RecipeGeek.com and the mom of two rather fiesty kids! Her work has been featured in many of Canada’s leading magazines including Chatelaine, Today’s Parent, Walmart Live Better, Glow and Clean Eating and on television shows including Canada AM and Breakfast TV.

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