Mach Break Survival Guide With P&G

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March Break is around the corner and that means... the kids will be home with us. All day. Every day. Yes, it's a beautiful thing, and in all honestly, I cherish all the time I have with my children. We're going to Mont Tremblant for a little getaway but for the days that we're here, we still want to keep the kids busy and active! I was on CTV Morning Live talking about ways to keep the busy this summer, while still staying sane at home, thanks to P&G.

Here are some ideas I love:

Camps: Get your kids in some sort of day camp! Whether it's for half the day, or full-day, has a list of all the great camps for your kids, to keep them busy, from sports to arts and drama.

Tag Along Toys: Tag Along Toys, in Kanata or in the south end, has all the arts supplies and toys you'll need to keep your little ones entertained this March Break. They are even having hands-on activities for kids every day during March Break.

In The Home: Before your kids say bye to their teachers, make sure you've got your supplies ready at home. I cannot live without my Bounty paper towels, my Dawn dishwashing soap, and my Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. If you have all the right cleaning supplies at home, life will be so much easier and you'll be able to tackle all the chores—big and small—without any problems! The Mr. Clean Magic Eraser really is magical... it even got rid of Sharpie all over my hardwood floors, closet doors, and walls. (Thanks to my son for putting it to the test so well!)

Happy March Break, everyone!

Disclaimer: I am a P&G media mom. As part of my affiliation with this group, I receive products, compensation and special access to P&G events and opportunities. The opinions on this blog are my own. 

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binabug said...

even our small town of 1000 has a "day camp" for the kids, and its run by teens!! so there is a lot of crafts and play time outside