We know it's hard to keep your kiddos entertained in the winter season but here are a few ideas for indoor activies and if you need a few more click the button below and check out The Spruce's article on this topic! Have fun!
Make paper snowflakes and hang them up in unexpected places around your home.
Go bowling. If your kids are young, try the duckpins for little ones.
Make a graph showing each day's high and low temperatures for the week. Then make predictions about next week and see who's closest to each day's actual temperature.
Go roller skating at an indoor rink that plays your favorite music.
Play board games together, and be sure to introduce the kids to some of your favorites!
Make a pine cone bird feeder using peanut butter and birdseed. Then hang it outside a window where you'll get to see the birds enjoy the treat each day.
Make greeting cards for residents of a local nursing home. Then take a field trip to deliver them together.
Visit your local library and check out books on winter themes. Then come home and take turns reading to one another. Bonus: use your phone to record one another reading and then save the recordings for bedtime stories on a night when you're extra exhausted.
Draw and color a mural showing a winter scene. Then hang it up in your living room where the kids will enjoy seeing it every day, or mail it to a family member who lives in an area of the country unaccustomed to snow.
Use the back side of some leftover wrapping paper to draw and color life-sized pictures of one another.