I live in New York State, which means we get a LOT of snow! Today my kids are actually home from school due to a snow day, so in order to keep them occupied I started looking around Pinterest to find some indoor snow day activities.
I decided to put together a list of some of the best ones I found, so that you can easily entertain those kiddos of yours too!
1.) Indoor Snow Painting – Perfect for toddlers!
2.) Pom Pom Racing – can also double as a racetrack for cars!
3.) Sticky Window Art – cool idea!
4.) No Mess Finger Painting – I am loving this idea for my 18 month old!
5.) Paper Plate Ring Toss – All you need is an empty paper towel roll, paint, and cheap paper plates.
6.) Marble Run – Only do this if you don't have small children around. We are going to pass on this one until Abby gets a bit older.
7.) Make your own Skiis out of recycled materials – This is such a clever idea!
8.) Make your Own Hopscotch – My girls love hotscotch, so this will be a hit!
9.) Indoor Croquet – How creative! My son would love this!
10.) Animal Charades – Playing charades with children may be the most fun thing in the world. I just printed these off to play this afternoon.
11.) Make Glitter Slime – My girls love anything with glitter.
12.) Easy Paper Lanterns – I am always looking to use toilet paper rolls in crafts. This one is a great idea!
13.) Dish Soap Silly Puddy– How fun is this! Anything gooey my kids love!
14.) Make Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles out of old Toilet Paper Rolls – My son loves Ninja turtles, so this is a fun one for him!
15.) Dinosaur Fossils playdough – We love anything having to do with Dinosaurs, so this is a fun craft for all the kids.
16.) Make your own Button Rings – This one is perfect for older girls! We love to get buttons at garage sales or thrift stores for cheap!
19.) Paint Sample Puzzles – go out and grab some free paint samples at your local store. Then make your own puzzles!
20.) Printable Lego Game – We have SO many Lego guys that would love to play this with us!
21.) Make Fizzing Hearts – Pretty cool! I love the look on my kids faces when something unexpectedly fizzes!
22.) Make your own Oobleck – We've made this before and it acts like a liquid and a solid. It is so strange and SO cool!