15 Fun Winter Activities for Kids | Outdoor And Indoor Activities

Winter is approaching, and in certain parts of the globe, it has already arrived! While staying indoors may be appealing, did you realize that stepping outside may give you and your children with a range of fun activities? And if you live in a snowy climate, you’ll be even more motivated to get outside! But if you do prefer to stay indoors, then do not worry because here are 15 fun winter activities for kids to enjoy! 

15. Free Preschool Winter Worksheets

Get these free printable preschool winter worksheets to help keep your kids busy this winter while they learn! You’ll get five fun sheets with a snowman theme.

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14. Free Printable Winter Bingo

These winter bingo picture cards are a cheerful way to brighten a dreary winter day. They’re also great for your child because they encourage paying attention to detail, listening carefully, and practicing visual discrimination. I hope you have as much fun playing with them as my family does!

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13. Frosty the Snowman

This is a brilliant winter science experiment and could be decorated however you wanted. My children LOVED watching the frost appear.

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12. How to Paint With Snow

With some cardstock, brushes and of course some snow, you can create a craft day to remember with your kids. Here is how to paint with snow.

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11. Snow Dough – A Winter Version of our Wildly Popular Moon Dough

Well with the wintery weather upon us we decided it was time to create some Snow Dough! This Snow Dough variation on our Moon Dough recipe is fantastic for some indoor winter play.

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10. Winter Reading Books for Kids: Have A Winter Reading Challenge

I love coming up with some fun winter reading books for kids. When the twins were younger, we always had a winter reading challenge. They had so much fun with it and it became a game to them.

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9. Super Fast Borax Crystal Snowflakes

At STEAMsational, we believe that STEM activities for kids should be both comprehensive and fun. That’s why we often do seasonal versions of classic science experiments. In this experiment, kids can learn how to make super fast borax crystal snowflakes!

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8. Creamy Snow Ice Cream

How to make Snow Ice Cream that tastes as creamy and delicious as the original! This delightfully sweet treat takes just a couple minutes to make and is made with 4 ingredients you have in your kitchen!

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7. Snow Day Activities

We have had so much fun celebrating the holidays so far, driving through light parks, singing Christmas carols & watching our favorite holiday movies. For us, like many of you, the holidays continue with a little extra down time before the kids return to school.

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6.  10 Great Ways To Energize Your Homeschool In December

By the time December rolls around in our homeschool, we are all more than ready for a break. We have been going nearly non-stop like little educational Energizer Bunnies, churning along day after day with limited breaks.

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5. How to Make Ice Globes – Christmas Lights in the Snow

We just got through a cold snap here in Ontario, but that’s okay because it’s perfect for our project this week! We are bringing you a great idea for a unique outdoor Christmas display.

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4. Creating The Perfect Frozen Bubble

We have tried for years to create the gorgeous frozen bubbles you see splashed around on various media outlets during the the polar vortex deep freezes every winter. Inevitably it always failed. It took years of practice, lots of research into the science, testing and experimentation, and waiting for the perfect weather conditions until finally we achieved success!

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3. Polar Bear Craft For Preschool Kids

Polar bears are one of the most overlooked animals, especially when it comes to moms teaching their toddlers about the common animals of the animal kingdom. If you agree (and the fact that they’re incredibly cute), here’s something for you.

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2. How To Make The Best Crystal Snowflakes

So, being a science family, we decided to do a little comparison experiment at home, to see which technique yielded the best looking crystal snowflakes.

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1. Homemade Cookie Cutter Bird Feeders

Each year, as the weather starts to turn chilly, I find myself scouring my imagination (and the Internet) for indoor-appropriate, child-friendly, and inexpensive craft projects. (I know, it’s a tall order.) One of my favorite finds is this cookie cutter bird feeder recipe!

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