Winter Bucket List for Kids

I've spent the majority of my life living in an area where winter signifies three months of cold and snow. OK, let's be honest; it's more like five months. For most people, the winter months are filled with dread: things get gray, it's cold, your motivation takes a nosedive, and you want to hibernate like all the woodland creatures.

It's time to change your attitude about winter. No sense being miserable for a few months during the year just because of the weather.

Make the long, frigid days fly by with a Winter Bucket List full of great activities to keep the whole family from going stir crazy. It's fun, and you'll always have easy access to ideas when you aren't sure what to do with yourselves until the weather changes.

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