Although we rarely have enough snow to make snowmen, it can get icy, cold and damp. It is not always the most important thing to leave the warmth of your home and cozy socks behind when you go out. Grapevine provides a variety of party supplies. There’s something for every person. There are Printable scavenger hunt and games hunts that kids will enjoy as well as puzzles and quizzes for adults. There are also special products for seasonal celebrations like Christmas, Halloween Easter, Summer, and Christmas.
We’ve compiled the top indoor activities for toddlers and teens.
What are your top indoor activities for kids?
I plan ahead and have collected oodles of indoor activity inspiration, tried-and-true tested ideas from other parents to keep my daughter happy and engaged indoors.
Snowy Toy Car Ramp
Make a ramp for your toy car. You can also add inside snow to make your driving experience more picturesque. This is a great and inexpensive way to encourage more pretend play indoors during cold winter days.
Use Air Dry Clay to Create
No matter your skill level in snowman building, this air dry clay craft project is great for children of all ages. This classic winter activity is great for children of all ages.
Paint Snow Inside!
Yes! Let’s bring the outside snow inside! Then make some fun creations in a controlled manner. Let them go!
Create a Snow Globe
This is a simple but adorable snow globe craft that I love. Invite your children to create their own snowglobes by gathering empty jars. It takes less than five minutes to shake.
Learn how to master finger knitting with your kids
This is a great activity for kids because it’s interactive and hands-on. It is also surprisingly simple to learn. Picture yourself sitting on the couch on lazy Sundays in winter. . . There is nothing better!
DIY Crayon Resistance Snowflakes
Use crayons or watercolor paints to create snowflakes. Each one will be unique. You can play with watercolor and crayons.
Skating Popsicle Stick Dolls
These adorable dolls can actually skate if you grab your popsicle sticks. It sounds insane, but it’s true. This is a great craft for all ages. This is something that older children would enjoy as much as the younger ones. This is a new twist on a classic craft that’s been loved for many years.
Install a snowman-making station
This is the perfect preschool winter activity! As a snowman-making station, set up an activity tray using bits and pieces around the house. Preschoolers and toddlers will have everything they need to make snowmen.
Indoor Snowball Fight
A snowball fight is a great way to have fun. However, the downside to this is the ice, snow and cold. You can still have all the fun indoors without the cold. Indoor fun at its best! This was a huge hit at our house last winter.
DIY Tissue paper stained glass suncatchers
Grab some colorful tissue paper that you don’t use for wrapping gifts, and go to the kitchen to make colorful suncatchers.