40 Fun Winter Day Activities

Winter is here! The cold weather is drawing in, but that doesn’t mean you  can’t enjoy yourself or have fun family days out. You can utilise the weather! I have complied a list of 40 different activities that you can participate in and make some wonderful memories with your family or friends this winter. I am definitely going to try and tick off as many of these as I can.

1. Build a gingerbread house

2. Build a snowman

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Photo by Shelley Pauls from Unsplash

3. Bake cookies

4. Watch Christmassy/winter themed films

5. Go and see a Pantomime

6. Decorate your home with Christmas decorations

7. Go to a spa for a treatment

8. Go to a Christmas market

9. Build a fort

10. Go for hot chocolates

11. Go ice skating

12. Have a games evening with family or friends

13. Enjoy a pamper day/evening

14. Bake cakes

15. Cosy up with a good book

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Photo by Aaron Burden from Unsplash

16. Go on a winter hike

17. Visit and admire holiday decorations and lights

18. Decorate your Christmas tree

19. Make a Christmas wreath with family

20. Go sledding

21. Go ice fishing

22. Try snowboarding

23. Have a snowball fight

24. Crafting afternoon

25. Roast marshmallows over a fire

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Photo by Alex Holt from Unsplash

26. Have a campfire with family or friends

27. Make snow angels

28. Go and see the Christmas lights being switched on

29. Draw or doodle in a notebook or journal

30. Journal about your day

31. Go Christmas carolling

32. Volunteer at a soup kitchen/homeless shelter

33. Donate to the homeless

34. Wrap Christmas gifts

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Photo by Juliana Malta from Unsplash

35. Listen to Christmas songs

36. Make your own Christmas songs

37. Make homemade soup

38. Go and see a Christmas musical

39. Build a fort

40. Play board games

This is a list of 40 activities you could participate in during a winter/snowy day, inside or outside your home. But there is so many more. What kind of activities do you like to do during the Winter with your family or friends? I’d love to hear in the comments.

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27 thoughts on “40 Fun Winter Day Activities

  1. I feel like I’m running out of time to do all the Christmas stuff I want to do! My goal today is to get some cookie recipes together and try making some Christmas cookies with my sons this weekend! ❤

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  2. These are some great ideas, and I love that you’ve got a mix of indoor and outdoor activities. I’m hoping to go ice skating at a local Christmas market this Sunday, hich should be fun, I’ve only ever been once. I can’t remember the last time I built a snowman! So that may need to happen this Winter.

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  3. We made a giant snow ball one year by rolling it down the hill behind our house. It was taller than me so, unfortunately, we could not make it into a snowman without discovering a giant! But I do so love making little snow people all around the yard. 🙂

    As for board games, we love them in our family!

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  4. These are great ideas. I’ve already done a few thing on this list like decorate both inside and out, wrapped present, listen to Christmas music, and made our own Christmas wreath. I’m hope I can do a few more of these activities soon.

    Jordan | Myflourishingretrospect.blogspot.com

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  5. I love these winter activities! If we have snow in the city, I would love to build all sorts of snow figures, hehe. You can’t go wrong with going to a Christmas market, ever!!! Mmmm, a hot chocolate on a cold day is the best. These activities are great for all sorts of conditions. Thanks for sharing!

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

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  6. These are some great ideas! I already have done some of them 😊 I attend to do some more as well, I love festive activities xx

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