Fun and educative Spring activities to pursue at home during Quarantine !
With schools closed – it’s not business as usual this year, however Spring has definitely sprung and Easter hasn’t been cancelled! 🐣 For kids staying home with their parents, life continues!
Gen’s Delights proposes below several fun sites and activities to explore with your family to make Easter and Passover fun and educative:
Create your own home Chocolate Rally – hosted by Cominar
18 Cominar shopping centres are now offering an online educational chocolate rally in collaboration with Opération Enfant Soleil (Officiel) and Freddo Canada chocolate – by providing you with all the materials necessary to create your own rally in your home or backyard!
Two different level kitversions are available for easy downloading and printing of material at home.
Each file includes: – Instructions for parents – The images of the major steps of the rally – The questionnaire sheet created by Freddo – The certificate of success awarded by Henriette
Download the version that best fits your children’s age for free.
Psst! All participants are eligible for a chocolate surprise. 🍫 You will be invited to come retrieve your surprise once the Cominar shopping centers reopen their doors! You only need to sign up here: surveymonkey.ca/r/CominarChocolateRally
The GREAT Online Easter Egg hunt !
The Whitefish Assembly in Montana has created a really awesome Virtual Easter egg hunt! Adults and kids can freely search for over a 1000 eggs hidden around the building HERE
Fleury Promenade Coco Egg hunt
For French speakers, The annual coco hunt hosted by Fleury Promenade is now offered online to allow you to participate in the comfort of your home! 🐰
Starting Friday, April 10, visit theirFacebook Page HEREand answer their online puzzles. For Montreal locals, send in your answers no later than Sunday, April 12th for a chance to win many fantastic prizes from their various businesses – delivered directly to your home!
Good luck to all!
Happy Hunting !
For those looking for non-Easter related activities , here are a couple of activity suggestions guaranteed to entertain for hours:
The Montreal Sciences Center invites you and your family to
1. Build the longest chain reaction. 2. Film it. 3. Share it in the comments section on their Facebook Page HERE 4. Invite your friends to the challenge. Watch the expert, Olivier explain how to build a chain in this YouTube clip 👇 https://bit.ly/2R7qMI5
Enjoy free classical concerts online:
During this period of isolation , the Orchestre Classique de Montreal OCM is pleased to introduce their new 2020-21 season, in an innovative, creative and unprecedented way!
Starting Tuesday, April 7, they are presenting virtual concerts live streamed on their Facebook page every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., with a guest artist from their upcoming season. Each 45-minute performance will reveal the details of the programming for each of the 2020-21 concerts.
The artists are definitely looking forward to transporting you and your family into their musical universes. ✨🎶