Winter Activities

Brrrr! Winter break feels long with a case of cabin fever! These winter activities are perfect if your kids love cuddling up with some hot chocolate and learning new skills. They'll have silly fun with ice cubes, cotton snow balls or paper snowflakes, building new family traditions along the way. Want to think warm thoughts instead? Try our colorful summer themed activities.

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Here's a color matching game that is perfect for winter! Your child will race against the clock to assemble the name of a color with its matching parts.
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This adorable activity is a great way to share the Gingerbread Man story with your kid while she practices assemblage.
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Your child will create her own falling snowflakes using white paper and glue them over a tree, so it appears as if they are falling from the sky.
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Complete with the drippy, glittery shapes that make icicles so popular, this paper project can be hung everywhere from door frames to tabletops.
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Here's a great activity to help them satisfy their snow play cravings in a cozy indoor setting. They can create their very own igloo picture!
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Baking holiday gingerbread men has ever been more educational! Your kindergartener will work on fine motor skills, logic, and counting in this cookie activity.
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This marshmallow snowman craft is a festive way for your child to practice counting and art. Make a marshmallow snowman with your child this holiday season.
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Is your kindergartener having trouble picking outfits for the rapidly cooling weather? This handy dressing wheel makes getting ready a breeze!
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Let your child be the king or queen of Mardi Gras by making his own shiny and spectacular Mardi Gras crown.
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Brrrrr! It's chilly outside. Now's the perfect time to create a snow globe. But, don't worry, you don't need glass for this dome.
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With a few strokes of white paint, kids can transform an old family photograph into a lovely winter scene in this kindergarten arts and crafts activity.
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Create a winter centerpiece that will fill your entire house will holiday cheer. This winter centerpiece is seasonal whether there's snow outside or not.
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Explore your kitchen and create a delicious holiday fudge that your child can share with friends and family!
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Your child can create a special winter headband with the help of some white felt and a length of silver ribbon.
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Here's a sweet holiday recipe to make with your fifth grader: bake scrumptious sugar-dusted chocolate snowballs! Serve them at your next Christmas party.
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In the mood for a silly treat full of sweet goodness and winter-themed fun?
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This winter world craft will introduce your kid to pointillism, a technique in which dots are used to create a recognizable image.
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Help your child master shape recognition by creating some funky topiary trees.
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Add these fun chocolate Groundhog Day cupcakes to your holiday desert recipe repertoire! They're fun to make with your kids and a delicious winter snack.
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Combine winter charm with DIY fashion to create this lovely piece of jewelry.

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