Two-Hour Delay Season Is Upon Us

By: Kayla Stephensen

The season of two-hour delays and potential snow days is upon us and so is the question as to how to spend the time.

Two Hour Delay Activities

  • Sleep in
  • Do homework
  • Watch a movie
  • Read a book
  • Build a snowman if the delay is for snow
  • Toss boiling water into the air if delay is for cold
  • Blow bubbles in the freezing weather
  • Make holiday/winter-themed baked goods
  • Make hot chocolate
  • Look outside and be grateful to have a home
  • Write a thank you note to the superintendent

Snow Day Activities That Aren’t Two-hour Delay Activities

  • Go sledding
  • Build a snow fort
  • Have a snowball fight with neighbors
  • Drive in donuts in a parking lot
  • Ski
  • Hang out with friends when the roads clear
  • Make snow art–but don’t get frostbite
  • Build a fort and hide in blankets
  • Make actual snow cones
  • Go ice skating
  • Have a hike in snowshoes
  • Go ice fishing
  • Shovel snow for a neighbor
  • Have a bonfire
  • Go stargazing
  • Have a snow sculpture competition

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