For Family Day fun, why not break a record? I’m referring to one of the many Guinness World Records!
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The Guinness World Records has become a household name and the world leader for keeping world records. As a young girl, I remember playing with my friends pretending to set world records. We’d take turns at being the “World’s” strongest, “World’s” fastest, “World’s” slowest … you get the idea. The sad part about it is we never actually thought we could hold any kind of record. The truth of the matter is you can!
Since Family Day is coming (so will March Break) to Ontario on Monday, what do you plan on doing with your kids? For me, as a mom, living in Toronto became difficult to enjoy. After visiting all the standard locations that are geared for fun activities for kids, and then visiting them all over again and again! Seriously? How many times can you visit the same place without getting bored? I don’t know about your family; however, for mine it didn’t take long.
It become especially hard when I financially no longer could afford all of the outings too! I had to become clever with what activities to suggest. They had to be fun and economical … and definitely interesting too!
Luckily, the Guinness World Records publishes a record-breaking annual book that is filled with new images, facts and features. Their most recent book is now out. I recommend looking at the record-breaking world around us in Guinness World Records: Science & Stuff. Find out more at http://www.bit.ly/GWR-ScienceInterestingly enough, you and your kids can try to break current world records! Why not spend Family Day doing just that?!
- Apply online.
- Get the guidelines.
- Attempt your record.
- Submit your evidence.
Sounds simple? Perhaps, but at least you’ll all have fun together trying!
You’re welcome. If you succeed, and even if you don’t, please return here and tell me about all the fun and about your entire experience(s).