25 Indoor Activities for Cold Winter Days

25 Indoor Activities for Cold Winter Days. Keep children busy indoors with these fun winter themed boredom busters!

 

25 Indoor Activities for Cold Winter Days. Keep children busy indoors with these fun winter themed boredom busters!

My kids are a bit too young to play outside without direct supervision. With my Raynauds disease it gets really painful, really quickly for me to be outside. This means my kids only get to play outside in the winter when it isn’t frigid out or when Daddy can play. Still, the girls love winter so we’ve been enjoying a few indoor activities perfect for cold winter days.

25 Indoor Activities for Cold Winter Days

1. Winter Charades | Buggy and Buddy
2. Erupting Snowballs | Adventures in Wunderland
3. Easy Blanket Forts | The Jenny Evolution
4. Flower Ice Cube Sensory Play | The Craft Train
5. How to Make Liquid Starch Slime | Little Bins for Little Hands
6. Salt Dough Footprint Penguin | Messy Little Monster
7. Winter Sensory Sticky Play | Mama’s Happy Hive
8. Montessori Inspired Mitten Matching | Natural Beach Living
9. Build Your Own Igloo Using Cornstarch Beads | Gift of Curiosity
10. Ping Pong Ball Toss Math Game | Buggy and Buddy
11. Artificial Snow | Adventures of Adam
12. Pom Pom Snowballs | Mollymoo
13. Salt Dough Snowman Keepsake | Learning and Exploring Through Play
14. Lego Zip Line | Little Bins for Little Hands
15. Winter Collage Art | Mini Monets and Mommies
16. Bubble Wrap Snowman | Crafts on Sea
17. Sensory Snow Window | No Time for Flash Cards
18. Snowy Toy Car Ramp | Buggy and Buddy
19. Crayon Resist Snowflake Art | Classic Play
20. Snowflake Slime | Little Bins for Little Hands
21. Cardboard Stair Slide | Milk and Cuddles
22. Finger Knitting | Flax and Twine
23. Indoor Race Track for Kids | The Jenny Evolution
24. Cold Weather Bleach Paintings | Binkies and Briefcases
25. Winter Nature Table for Toddlers | Natural Beach Living

4 thoughts on “25 Indoor Activities for Cold Winter Days

  1. We tried the LIQUID STARCH SLIME RECIPE and believe me its slimy and the kids had fun with it ! Thanks for the link

  2. I think you’ve made a great list of crafts that kids would love to make. I especially like the Ping Pong Ball Toss Math Game |

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