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Winter Activities for Kids

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All the fun Winter activities for kids I am seeing on Pinterest and Facebook are making me yearn for snow. I know once it’s here I will be longing for it to melt after a couple of days but for those few days it is blissful. Here are a selection of fun Winter activities whether you are snow bound or dreaming of snow.

Fun Winter activities for whether you are snowed in or just dreaming of snow.

Snowflake Winter Clings from Kids Activities Blog

Painting a Snowy View from Joyfully Weary

Snow Maze from Sugar Aunts

Coffee Filter Snowflakes from Boy Mama Teacher Mama

Winter Scene from Crafulate

Snow Science from Little Bins for Little Hands

Snow Small World from Kara’s Classroom

Winter ABC books from Fantastic Fun and Learning

Winter Spelling Game from Measure Mom

Winter Emergent Readers from Measured Mom

Winter Activities for kids

From Here Come the Girls

Winter Olympics Small World

Participate in the Winter Olympics from the comfort and safety of your own home. This small world is great for adventurous kids and keeps them entertained for hours.

Don’t forget to check out all our features from 2013 – 365 activities for kids

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Author: Rebecca

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  1. I’m also dreaming of snow – only for a day or two, before it starts to get inconvenient! But we didn’t really get any here last year so I’d love my little girl to have a chance to play in it. Pinning this post for lots of activity ideas if/when we get some :)
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  2. In an early childhood setting, sand is usually found outdoors in a sandbox or indoors in the sand table. Wherever the sand is located, it is bound to be a busy and popular site. Sand play is one of the areas where children can be involved at whatever level they want to be.

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