Welcome to another week of Mom’s Library! As Winter break comes to a close, here are some indoor winter activities to get the most out of your school break!
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Inside Winter Activities for Kids
Family board games are a great interactive bonding activity. Here are some great board games for preschoolers.
Part of a series by Sight and Sound Reading, this cut and paste Do You Want to Build a Penguin? printable craft builds fine motor skills.
Staying indoors doesn’t mean you can’t learn a bit. Explore creative alternatives to learning in 30+ Ways to Teach Science Without a Textbook.
Spend an afternoon making these fanciful Minion Cakes!
If you’re wanting to relax, try these character-building, family-friendly movie nights on Netflix. Full of clean and quality films for all ages!
Practice counting with this free printable game for preschoolers.
Another creative bonding activity is flashcards. Try these educational printable flashcards with your toddlers if you’re stuck at home on a winter day.
I love ice skating (although I’m not very good at it), however if you can’t really go ice skating, try these adventurous picture book alternatives!
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