Things to Do on a Snow Day Inside with Kids

snow dayThe hardest part of a snow day is having projects and activities for the kids to do inside in between playing in the snow outside.

Here are some ideas of things to do on a snow day inside.

  • Hit the recycle bin – don’t throw away any cardboard during a snow day! My kids are making Valentine’s Day mailboxes with Coke 12-pack cardboard boxes. Just cover them with construction paper, decorate with stickers, crayon and glitter glue. We also have a large box that they converted into a puppet theater. Or you can convert the stairs into a slide with cardboard!
  • Make something in the kitchen – grab a favorite recipe and get the kids cooking and baking with you. It’s also a great way to learn fractions!
  • Have a fashion show – get all gussied up and have a fashion show or tea party.
  • Have a family game night. Break out the board games, a deck or cards or puzzles and have a family game night. Have each family member choose the next game/activity.
  • Build a fort. Grab some sheets and make a fort in your family room or the kids bedrooms.
  • Put on a talent show. Have a family talent show and everyone comes up with an act.
  • Read a book. Sit on the sofa and read a book out loud together.
  • Make up a game or play one of these indoor games for kids.
  • Draw cartoons or portraits.
  • Learn how to make shadow puppets. (check my Pinterest page)
  • Go on a scavenger hunt. Make a list of things to find in the house and send the kids searching.
  • Have an indoor picnic.
  • Watch old movies and musicals and have a family movie night.
  • Write letters to family and friends.
  • Make a scrapbook or photo album.
  • Roast marshmallows in the fireplace and make s’mores.
  • Have an indoor olympics or play minute to win it with household items like marshmallows and paper cups.

For more ideas, check out my Pinterest pages for Kid Stuff and Printables.

 

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