Kids are likely to get bored in winter if you do not engage them in fun activities. You can still have a great time though by finding the right activities to engage them in. Here are a few suggestions on activities you can engage your kids in during this season.
You can engage your kids this season by making it a messy affair. Your kids will have fun when you engage them in craft activities such as painting, drawing or coloring. Fingers and potato stencils can be substituted for brushes. It is important to have some focus so that their creativity can be a work of art which you can put up as d?cor on walls.
Another way you can engage your kids this season is through music. Instruments playing or sing along can make some great activities to do with your kids. Dancing styles can be incorporated into your music for fun and to aid I their memory as well.
Movie marathon can be a great way to spend time with your little ones this season. Having popcorns all cozy in front of a tv is what makes home home. Kids will also enjoy classic movies such as home alone and miracle on 34th street.
Some outdoor options for your kids can revolve around the museum, aquarium and museum. Activities that are entertaining and educative can be found in places like SeaQuest making these some of the ideal places to consider. Your kids can also make new friends while here.
Baking is also a fun way for you to spend time with your kids and you can get to make some Christmas cupcakes and ginger bread. While the kids cannot bake entirely by themselves, they can enjoy sieving the flour or doing some decorations.
Your kids will also enjoy some good indoor camping. When you move the furniture around, you will be amazed at the space available for some indoor camping. When you tell stories or have puppet shows in the dim light the experience can be equally fun.
You can also play hide and go seek with your kids indoors. It takes a while to find stuff and can be fun for your kids as well. A new twist to the game can be hiding their toys and giving them clues where they can find them.
Bird watching and bird feeding can also be done during this season. This activity does not have to cost you lots of money. Some seeds and string can do the trick and you will be feeding birds in no time.
Consider writing letters to Santa. If this activity is not a tradition in your home you can make it one since it gives you a glimpse of what your children want for Christmas.