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A week without school? Yes please! But what are you supposed to do with all the oodles of free time ahead of you? Fear not, because Bunchland presents our Guide to March Break.  We asked Bunchland families to submit their awesomest March Break ideas to us as part of our Monster Factory contest.

We’ve also brought in some insanely talented guest experts to give tips on having the best time. We’ve mapped out your March Break for your family, and we’re pretty confident boredom won’t be an issue.

Monday

Turn off the Food Network, sharpen your knife set and challenge another family to an Iron Chef-style competition in your own kitchen! All you need is a theme ingredient. Iron Chef competitor David Adjey serves up tips on grilling the competition.

Tuesday

Jennifer and her son plan to construct a massive Lego town like this one this MB, and urban planner extraordinaire Tim Halbur has tips on building the best Lego town on your block.

Wednesday

Daintily dabbing paint on a canvas to produce a still life, or perhaps a landscape? Yeah, we don’t think so. Artist Thrush Holmes explains how to have an abstract art party.

Thursday

Round up the neighbours, break off into teams and hand out lists as long as your arm. It’s scavenger hunt time.  Improv in Toronto’s Cole Banning tells you how to have a winning team.

Friday

Your couch and some freshly-popped popcorn are all you need to start your own MB film festival. Because we know Ice Age 3 just won’t cut it, we’ve brought in acclaimed indie director Clement Virgo (Poor Boy’s Game, The Wire) to curate a list of his favourite must-rent flicks.

Saturday

Throw down some cardboard and boogie on the floor, or simply mellow out with some laid-back tunes. Broken Social Scene’s Jason Collett and Dan Zanes have put together the perfect MB mixtape just for you.

Sunday

Your family is exhausted from six straight days of partying and anticipating a March Break hangover come Monday. Perfect day to cuddle up in bed (or a blanket fort) and stick your noses in a book. We’ve got a reading list from Bad Mother author (and actual good mother) Ayelet Waldman.

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