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11 Educational Indoor Activities For Kids To Escape The Cold!

It’s getting colder and it may even be snowing where you are! And while playing outside in the cold can be fun (in very small windows of time), sometimes you want to have some fun indoors. And as parents, the more educational and fun activities for our kids, the better! Here are 11 fantastic educational indoor activities just for kids to escape the cold! Even if it is just for a little while.

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    Click through to see more fun but educational ideas for the kids.

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    Create some lego structures, take pictures and make a book out of them for your little ones to recreate. Awesome for paying attention to details. 

    See more here on Kids Activities Blog

  • Write A Story 3 of 12
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    Some of the best and most imaginative stories I have ever heard came from the mind of a kid. Help them write it down so you can read it again and again. 

    See more here on Family Education

  • Shut Box Game 4 of 12
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    Roll the dice and cross out corresponding numbers. Educational and so, so easy. You'll want to keep paper and dice on you at all times!

    See more here on Spoonful

  • Dominos 5 of 12
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    Print out these adorable dominos for your kids to match them up and have hours of fun. A great one for the younger kids. 

    See more here on Mer Mag

  • Art Dice 6 of 12
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    I love this idea! Draw some shapes and patterns on the dice and when the kids roll it, they have to draw the shape or pattern they rolled. Fun, right? 

    See more here on Tinkerlab

  • Geodes 7 of 12
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    Try out a cool and pretty science experiment by making some geodes! These would be fun to make with a little lesson on geology. 

    See more here on Make Life Lovely

  • Math Beads 8 of 12
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    String some beads and show the corresponding numbers. It's a great way to learn number recognition and other math skills. 

    See more here on Playful Learning

  • Multiplication Fortune Tellers 9 of 12
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    Did you ever play with these as a kid? I did. But they instead of being filled with useful math, it was filled with nonsense and boys' names. This is much better. 

    See more here on Playful Learning

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    We all have those alphabet magnets on the fridge, right? Make a little monster for your kids to feed the letters to! Tell them a letter that the monster is hungry for and let them find it and feed him. So fun! 

    See more here on Totally Tots

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    Help the kids practice their writing skills with one of my favorite things. Sugar! So easy and sure to be a lot of fun. 

    See more here on Armelle Blog

  • Geoboard 12 of 12
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    Make a fun peg board they can use to make shapes and pictures. I would have loved this as a kid. 

    See more here on Heart Of The Matter

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