Looking for some nifty craft ideas to keep the kids busy? Check out some of our favorites below.

5 kid-friendly craft ideas to ward off cabin fever

This story has been updated.

winter storm forecast could bring snow or wintry mix to metro Atlanta Tuesday as the city prepares to host the Super Bowl, according to Channel 2 Action News.

» RELATED: WINTER WEATHER UPDATE: North Georgia braces for ‘brutal’ temps, possible snow

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has closed state offices in 35 north Georgia counties, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced non-essential city employees have Tuesday off and multiple schools will be closed as well. 

More related AJC coverage:

Pre-Super Bowl storm is early test for Kemp

Atlanta schools to close Tuesday because of snow potential

Ga. officials tell some employees to stay home as icy weather nears

Delta warns winter storm could disrupt Atlanta flights

For the latest on weather, return to AJC.com.

If you end up stuck at home for the day due to bad weather, don’t let cabin fever get you and the kids down.

»RELATED: 8 ways to enjoy Atlanta when it’s nasty outside

We’ve scoured the web for some creative, fun and entertaining craft ideas perfect for some indoor family fun.

Make some flubber:

If your kid loves goop, make some flubber! This easy DIY is a fun, colorful project sure to keep the kids entertained.

Sock puppet fun:

Grab some old socks and craft supplies to create colorful, fun sock puppets. Get the creative juices flowing even more by asking the kids to write a fun play and act it out with their new puppet friends.

DIY money bank using a plastic bottle:

While crafting their piggy bank, kitty bank, money tree or whatever they want, slip in a lesson about saving money.

Create pancake art:

Ever tried creating pancake art? It’s not easy. But the challenge can be fun together! Have the kids pick out a character from their favorite storybook and find a tutorial online. And when you’re all done, enjoy the tasty dish.

DIY clothespin faces:

Get creative with items you already own around the house with these clothespin faces. All you need is some wooden clothespins, paper, scissors and pencils. 

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