How to Make Winter Break Even Cooler: Ideas offer fun at-home experience over break

Hailey McEntee, Co-Editor

Check out this prezi of ideas for how to enjoy your Winter Break, then let us know a couple of your own on Twitter & Facebook!

Text, as Seen in the Dec. Issue of  The Tiger Print.

Ice Skate at Park Place
11565 Ash Street
Leawood KS, 66211
Whether you have never ice skated before or are actually good at
skating, The Ice at Park Place is a fun option. It’s always amusing
to fall on the freezing cold ice and laugh at your friends who do
the same thing. Afterwards, you could get some hot chocolate at
Ingredient or Paciugo next door.
Admission is $7 for patrons 11 years and older and $6 for children
under 10 years old. Skate rental is $3 unless you bring your own
pair of skates.
Bake Christmas Cookies
On a day you are bored and hungry, baking Christmas cookies is
a perfect thing to do. Just find some recipes and grab some friends
to help you out. Maybe even blast some Christmas music in the
kitchen while baking. It’s a win-win situation — you get to hang
out with your friends and you get cookies. It doesn’t get much better than that.
Go Bowling
Incredibowl
8500 West 151st Street
Overland Park, KS 66223
AMF College Lanes
10201 College Boulevard
Overland Park, KS 66210
This idea might sound super dorky, but it’s actually really fun. A
little competition never hurt anyone, right? Also, at Incredibowl
you can play laser tag, compete in The Vault, go cosmic bowling or
play mini golf.