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37 Indoor Winter Activities To Keep Your Kids From Bouncing Off The Walls

Fighting homeschool burnout? Weather got you down? Can’t get out to play? Here are some fun activities that can help you pass the time until spring arrives!

  1. Have a snowball fight – with cotton balls or paper
  2. Make snowflake cut outs
  3. Re-read a favorite book
  4. Learn to make soup and grilled cheese
  5. Play flashlight tag
  6. Work a jigsaw puzzle
  7. Clean out your closet & donate unwanted items
  8. Make a fort out of blankets and pillows
  9. Create a picture out of nothing but toothpicks or popsicle sticks
  10. Play old-fashioned paper and pencil games like tic-tac-toe
  11. Get out the board games
  12. Create your very own “new” board game
  13. Have a picnic on the living room floor (or other fun indoor location)
  14. Grow herbs on a sunny kitchen window
  15. Have a Lego or block building contest
  16. Learn a new skill – like soap carving
  17. Write a letter to grandma or someone special
  18. Give yourself a manicure (Mom too!)
  19. Enjoy a milk and cookie break
  20. Listen to some classical music
  21. Learn to knit or crochet
  22. Make an indoor obstacle course
  23. Play indoor bowling with plastic cups
  24. Memorize the books of the Bible, Presidents of the United States, States and Capitals, etc.
  25. Play balloon tennis with flyswatters and a balloon
  26. Make a scavenger hunt for mom and dad
  27. Play classic, no-materials needed games like red light, green light and Simon says
  28. Make something out of a cardboard box
  29. Get out the play dough or make your own
  30. Play hot potato
  31. Have a dance party
  32. Reorganize or rearrange your room
  33. Perform an act of service for each member in your family
  34. Play hopscotch in the hallway
  35. Paint or draw
  36. Play pretend – set up a restaurant, store, or library using things around the house
  37. Play dress up

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