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Best Indoor Activities for Winter Break

by Lindsay Hutton

Are you looking for ways to keep your child entertained over winter break? These indoor activities will keep your child from going stir-crazy, and will help you maintain your sanity! This Printable Winter Fun Checklist is also full of ideas.

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Construct an Indoor Obstacle Course


Your child doesn't need to go outside to burn off excess energy. If you're snowbound, you can create an indoor obstacle course that will keep your child entertained for hours!

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