These indoors activities for kids will keep them so pre-occupied with fun that they won’t even miss the snow-covered outdoors!
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Make pop bottle bowling more fun and colorful by replacing the bottle content with colored water. Take turns with your kids knocking them down by rolling a ball and keep score (just like a regular bowling!).
Mystery Sensory Box
Decorate an empty box and fill it with ‘secret’ items. Invite your kids to reach inside, feel the mystery item, and then take turns guessing what it might be.
Okay, time to take out that 1000 piece puzzle, spread it out and let your kids dig in!
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Dust off Candyland, Monopoly, Scrabble and other long lost board games in your closet. Even ‘older’ kids can have fun with this one!
It’s a risk trying to enjoy the snowflakes outdoors in a snowstorm which can quickly turn into a whiteout. So bring out the white copy paper and a few pairs scissors and create your own snowstorm indoors!
Cook and bake
Counter the cold snowstorm with a warm kitchen. Have fun involving the kids in your cooking and baking spree.
Bust out of boredom and have your little kids stretch their little bones with kid friendly yoga.
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Nothing will keep kids more well-entertained than art. Give them some papers and watercolor and they’ll be hooked for hours.
Homemade Paper Dolls
Your little ones will be captivated with imaginative play for hours with these homemade paper dolls.
Baking Soda Experiments
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The curiosity of children is insatiable. Involve some science with their indoor activity and let them have fun experimenting.
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Kids will love running around the house looking for hidden treasures. The treasure can be something silly like a snack or a toy.
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Bring together cardboard boxes and shoe boxes for your kids to use as towers.
Hot Chocolate Math…with Marshmallows!
Keep your kids’ worry free with this challenging but delicious math game. Click here to know how this game runs.
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Get the kids busy with their toy cars by making ‘roads’ out of masking tape or duct tape on the floor. You can spice up the road with wood block obstacles and other whatnot in your house.
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