If there’s one thing people in Florida are used to, it’s school canceling for hurricane days! If you live up north, your little ones might be doing the song thing but for snow days. Either way being locked in the house can take a toll on everyone and boredom might set in. With Hurricane Idalia making its way up the coast many people are hunkering down. During this time, it could make you feel anxious or stressed. If you have little kids it’s great time to have multiple options to distract everyone. Whether you have power or not these options will work for you!
Activities for Hurricane Days:
When hunkering down parents should also focus on how to entertain their kids during the storm to pass the time. Having lots of different things to do can make them feel creative and less stressed about a hurricane that’s coming. Arts and crafts are a great way to put them to work and use their minds while being creative at the same time. The last thing you want to hear during a hurricane is “I’m Bored” every two minutes. That’s why we’ve put together a list of options so you can keep the kids having fun, being creative and out of your hair. Big storms are stressful enough on parents the last thing you need is the little ones driving you nuts.
Normally, going outside would be an option on this list during a hurricane you might not want to risk going on a walk. You never know when the weather can change quickly and it could become dangerous. Sometimes you don’t know if you’ll be trapped inside for two days or more and losing power could be happen as well. So, if you’re looking for activities to hold over the kids until the storm passes? Here are some ideas! Scroll down for 7 activities the kids will love while stuck in the house during a hurricane.