When the weather starts to turn, it's best to have a few activities in your back pocket.
To get the sillies out, you can try dancing to some fun music, or playing old-fashion games like musical chairs or limbo! Consider having a parade, complete with instruments and costumes!
Even when the weather turns cold there are still quite a few fun activities you can do outside-so bundle up and have some fun!
Below you can find some fund ideas that have been shared by our FB Community members as wells as some other fun Indoor and Outdoor Winter Activities from about the web-please be sure to click on the images to be re-directed to the source for more information.
Even when it's too cold you can bring the outside in! This adorable sensory Table belongs to Melissa D. (I'm also a huge fan of her easy to care for Vinyl Flooring!)
Erica P. of Erica's Educare Learning Center whipped up a fun "Hot Chocolate" Dough Invitation.
At Mrs. Felecia's Playhouse Preschool the kiddo's are ready to get some wiggles out in this fun indoor gross motor area.
Rising Stars Childcare has an Indoor bouncing area for some gross motor fun.
When your days are feeling monotonous, add something new to your space.
Brandie W. created this fabulous light table for the kiddos in her care.
You can't fight nature so go ahead and explore it! This Nature Ice Melt activity was created by Erica P. of Erica's Educare Learning Center
The Kids at Kara H's Daycare are having a blast playing in a tub of snow!
Explore animals that live in the cold, and practice putting on Winter Clothes. This adorable space was created by Amy. M of Buggabee and Me
The Kiddos at Tammy's Daycare used the snow as a palette to make beautiful art. What a fun way to explore!
Shasta J. of Just Playing Child Care invited the children in her program to paint on ice! The colors came out so beautiful on the ice! I bet clean-up was a breeze, and a simple photo is a great way to share the process art experience with children's parents.
I love this invitation to create a Seed Mosaic from community member Robin S.! Picking up those tiny seeds is great for finger strength and hand-eye-coordination. Winter is a great time to get out and collect some seeds!
Comunity Member Erica P. of Erica's Educare Learning Center shared this fantastic light table setup! She used reusable ice cubes and colorful penguin counters in this engaging activity.
Balloon Tennis from Little Bins for Little Hands
Create Window Decorations from rural girl
Color the Snow from Hands on as We Grow
Create a Snow Kitchen from Imagination Soup
Make 5-minute Bird Feeders from Dana Made it
Make Patterns in the Snow from Sugar Aunts
Create Ice Art from Garden Mama
Build and Indoor Obstacle Course from Mommy Poppins
Play Velcro Ball from Creative Connections for Kids
Indoor Bowling from Powerful Mothering
Indoor Hopscotch from Green Owl Art
Practice colors with this Colored Ice Tutorial for Hurrayic
Tape line activities from Hands on as we Grow
Shape Hopscotch from Housing a Forest
Go on a Gross Motor Walk from Pink Oatmeal
Pom Pom Hockey from Learning 4 Kids
Pool Noodle Basketball from Never Ever Again
12 Simple Tunnel Games from Can Do Kiddo
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