Make the long, cold days of winter fly by with this Winter Bucket List full of great activities to keep the whole family active. You'll all have a blast checking off every item before the seasons change.
Build a Snowman1 of 19
After you top him off with a hat and scarf, decorate him with birdseed for the birds to enjoy, too.
Build a Snow Fort2 of 19
It's really the best way to hold off your opponents during a snowball fight.
Go Sledding3 of 19
No sled? Tubing is another awesome way to zip down snow-covered hills.
Make Snow Angels4 of 19
Celebrate a fresh snowfall with this time-honored tradition.
Blow Bubbles and Watch Them Freeze5 of 19
This one will really blow your mind (no pun intended).
Go Ice Skating6 of 19
Indoors or out, ice skating is great exercise for everyone.
Learn How to Snowshoe7 of 19
Like hiking? You'll love snowshoeing!
Make Snow Ice Cream8 of 19
Try this easy and delicious recipe.
Take a Sleigh Ride9 of 19
...and don't forget the sing-a-longs!
Play Hockey10 of 19
Host an informal game with friends, or join a local team.
Learn How to Ski or Snowboard11 of 19
We have tips to take you from novice to snow bunny in no time.
Go Snowmobiling12 of 19
This speedy suggestion is reserved for the older members of the family.
Go Camping13 of 19
Camping's great all year 'round, but winter makes for special adventures–even if you're camping in your own backyard.
Measure the Snowfall14 of 19
Check it every time it snows, and keep a growth chart throughout the winter.
Have a Snowball Target Contest15 of 19
Why not keep score, put a few chores on the line and make it interesting?
Dine Outside16 of 19
Bundle up to roast hot dogs over an open fire, or take a thermos of hot chocolate on a winter afternoon walk.
Shovel a Neighbor's Driveway17 of 19
Not only will the kids get some exercise, but the neighbors will be thrilled.
Find a Winter Fun Run in Your Area18 of 19
Don your warmest active wear, and join in the fun at a local run!