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We will be spending a lot of time indoors this winter
You know that Christmas song, “Oh the weather outside is frightful…” I didn’t quite understand how frightful beautiful winter weather could be until I moved to North Dakota. Are you ready to hear our winter temps?
Thirty degrees below zero.
Minus thirty degrees.
Zero degrees… minus thirty.
That’s right. It’s like zero, but thirty degrees colder. I would say it’s freezing, but that would actually be hot in comparison to our winter temps.
So needless to say we will be spending the majority of winter indoors. As a Southern California transplant, we will also be adding to our collection of great indoor toys to keep my kiddos busy (hence the reason we are showcasing a second post of great gifts for indoor fun).
These are a few of our top picks from the Lakeshore Gifts for Growing Minds catalog:
My kids are quite the little daredevils, so I was already sold when something started with the words “super safe”.
This perfectly sized trampoline has foam padded handlebars, covered springs, and stable legs. My kids are all about getting the wiggles out on it!
I mean, we really can’t survive winter without some kind of physical activity. This is definitely going to keep my boys active all winter long! If you live in a cold climate, this is a MUST HAVE ITEM.
More ideas for this gift: Have kids sing the alphabet- one letter every time they jump! (or count to 30, or spell sight words…etc.).
My boys have begged for a remote control car forever, so when we had the chance to try the I Can Drive! First Fire Truck we were thrilled! It was sooooo easy for them to operate! The controller only has two buttons, up and spin. With those two controls, my kids can conquer fire rescues all around the house!
Also, the fire truck is nice and soft (so no worrying about damaging walls. Score).
More ideas for this gift: Make a path for your kids to follow using sticky notes. Write a letter of the alphabet on each note. Have your child “rescue” the notes from all around the house).
Robots combined with fine motor skills? Sign us up! My kids could create with these all afternoon (see: the best activity to keep the kids entertained while I cook dinner).
This will definitely be pulled out on multiple snowy afternoons!
More ideas for this gift: Plan a playdate! This set includes enough pieces build six robots at once!
What are your favorite gifts for indoor play? Make sure you visit my first post to get more ideas!
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