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DON’T FRET WHEN THE LIGHTS GO OUT…. HERE’S A FEW INTERESTING TIPS FOR FAMILIES

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TAKE ADVANTAGE OF LOAD SHEDDING AND TURN IT INTO A POSITIVE

CAMP OUT

Pitch a tent in the garden and sleep outside.  Get in touch with nature.  This way you can do your bit and more by keeping the lights off the whole night.  It it’s a bit

chilly/windy/rainy – build a “fort” in the lounge with cushions, blankets, couches, furniture etc… and pass the time with some of the activities below:

 

CANDLELIT DINNERS

Do something different for “dinner” by planning a picnic on the lounge floor or outside.  Or try a fondue (make a cheese sauce or melt chocolate) beforehand, and

keep it warm with tealight candles – then…… dip away

 

COMMUNITY EFFORT

Invite your neighbours or friends over and make an evening of it.  String up some chinese lanterns and fire up a braai.  Add a “soundtrack” to the evening by using

Home-made instruments, drums, guitars etc… Do a “fire-dance”

 

CREATIVE FLAIR

For those with a creative flair, try making art in the dark – cover floors with old sheets, put down paper and paint and turn off the lights…. This is bound to be fun

(and a bit messy) and you may want to light a candle once in a while J… Even try a “shadow puppet show”

 

GAME ON

Computer games, TV, DVD’s etc… are out, but there are games THE WHOLE FAMILY can play that DON’T REQUIRE ELECTRICITY!!!  Boardgames like monopoly, 30

seconds, pictionary, scrabble, bachgammon, cranium, jenga blocks, chess, dominoes etc… card games and uno or charades.  Even word games “I spy”, “I went to the

zoo and I saw or charades.  What about old fashion “hide ‘n seek”, hulla-hoop, “vrot eier” ……

 

STARBRIGHT

With the electricity out, stars are shining brighter than ever.  Take a blanket outside, or onto the roof (if you’re brave enough) and do some stargazing.  See how

many shooting stars you can count – and don’t forget TO WISH UPON A STAR….

 

STORY TIME

Huddle up on a “family bed” in your lounge or area of choice, and tell stories.  For the nervy – tell scary stories.  Maybe one person can start off a story and pass it on

to a next person to carry on with their story, as the imagination flows.  You will be amazed where the story goes

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Author: Burden