It’s time to start thinking about winter activities and you know what that means, don’t you? Indoor ideas that will inspire & amaze your little kids. Process art and science experiments galore. And let’s not forget about the holiday excitement!
There’s something to be said for hanging out in front of the fireplace and creating and learning with your kids. When it’s too cold to play outside, here are some ideas to keep your little kids busy.
If sled riding and snowball fights aren’t an option, here are lots of ideas for things to do indoors this winter. Because let’s face it, sometimes you just need to curl up on the couch under a warm blanket and sip on steaming hot cup of tea.
Here are 10 wonderful winter activities that will inspire & amaze your little kids. You’ll find everything from engineering to process art to sensory exploration.
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Most of these activities are quick & easy both to set up and to clean up. And of more often than not the supplies are things that you already have around the house.
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There are lots of winter themes to choose from. You’ll find a few transportation activities, some ideas for exploring the world, and even a fun owl invitation to create.
And that’s it, y’all! 10 wonderful activities to keep your little kids busy indoors. I hope you enjoy them!
Remember to save this post for the next time that you’re looking for ways to entertain your kids when going outside isn’t an option.
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