Winter Is Coming: Six Great Indoor Activities For Your Preschooler

It’s that time of the year again! The days are getting shorter, the temperature is dropping, and winter is on its way. The weather outside is getting colder, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. There are plenty of great indoor activities that will keep your preschooler entertained and occupied during the long winter months. Here are six great indoor activities that you can try with your child.

1.    1. Indoor scavenger hunt – This is a great way to get your child up and moving, and it can be tailored to any age or ability level. It also helps children to use their imagination and it is a lot of fun. Simply hide a few items around the house and give your child a list of things to find. For an added challenge, you can time them to see how quickly they can complete the hunt. This activity helps children to teach them about observing their surroundings, to promote teamwork and cooperation and best way to burn off some extra energy.

2. Do some arts and crafts – There’s no need to go to an expensive art studio when you can create your own masterpiece at home. Gather some paper, crayons, markers, glue, and whatever else you have in the house and let your child’s imagination run wild and creativity flow.

3. Play dress up: Let your child’s imagination run wild with some dress up. They’ll have a blast pretending to be their favourite character or superhero.! It can help children learn about different cultures and traditions and develop their social skills by interacting with other children while playing. 

4. Indoor obstacle course – This is another great way to get your child moving and using their imagination. Set up a simple course using furniture, pillows, blankets, and anything else you have around the house. Time them to see how fast they can complete it. This will encourage physical activity and fitness. 

5. Indoor picnic – Spread a blanket on the floor and have a pretend picnic indoors. Pack up some of your child’s favourite snacks and drinks and have a fun picnic right in your living room. The main benefit of indoor picnic activities for children is that they can be enjoyed year-round, regardless of the weather outside.

6.Story time – Snuggle up with your child and a few of their favourite books and spend some quality time reading together. This is a great way to bond with your child and help them wind down before bedtime. Story time can also be a great opportunity to teach children about different topics, such as science or history.

Overall, indoor activities can be just as fun as outdoor activities. They provide a great way to stay active and can be done year-round. So get up and get moving – your next great adventure could be waiting for you indoors.

Do you have any other great indoor activities for pre-schoolers to help them say goodbye to winter!