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6 Best winter activities to do with your kids this winter (in all weather)

6 Best winter activities to do with your kids this winter (in all weather)

With winter coming along soon, you want to have the best products for your kids that are durable, safe, and last throughout the entire winter. As adults, most of us have grown to dread the cold, but our children still look forward to playing outside and braving the snow, even in the coldest of winter. It’s important to always put safety first and do your research to make sure that you purchase the right equipment for your kids to have a safe and fun time in the snow.

Here are some of the best winter activities to do with your kids for this coming cold season:

1. Build a Snowman
Every child looks forward to going outside after a snowfall and building a big snowman. Roll some packing snow into giant snowballs and stack them up to create a new friend. You can even dress up the snowman with a hat and scarf, he’ll thank you later. What’s even better- putting sticks for arms and a carrot on for a nose!

2. Visit a winter festival
Most cities have a local winter festival perfect for families full of activities, lights, and food. Festivals are fun for the whole family and a great way to celebrate the holiday season. Make sure to purchase your tickets in advance!
– Glow Toronto Festival (Etobicoke)
– Winter Festival of Lights (Niagara)
– Canadian Tire Christmas Trail (North York)
– Toronto Christmas Market (Downtown)
e, safe, and last throughout the entire winter. As adults, most of us have grown to dread the cold, but our children still look forward to playing outside and braving the snow, even in the coldest of winter. It’s important to always put safety first and do your research to make sure that you purchase the right equipment for your kids to have a safe and fun time in the snow.

Here are some of the best winter activities to do with your kids for this coming cold season:

3. Tubing
Tubing is a great winter activity that is more on the safe side of things, especially if your child isn’t comfortable with balancing a snowboard or directing a sled. These inflatable snow tubes are durable and come in many different designs!

4. Sledding
Sledding is the ultimate fun snow day activity that every child looks forward to. All you need is a snowy hill and you’ll be good to go. Your child will have a blast! This Hurley Snow Sled even comes with a steering wheel for extra safety.

5. Snowboarding

If your kids are more of the adventurous type, taking up snowboarding is a great activity to get into. These kids beginner snowboards clip right onto their boots, so there’s no need to worry about buying snowboarding shoes! Pair it with goggles and a helmet for extra safety.

6. Skating
Skating is a fun activity for the whole family, and a great way to get some exercise. Indoor rinks are great for those snowy days when even the skating rinks are not open. These adjustable and convertible skates are perfect for all year round, they are adjustable sizing to last for years or shared between kids, and your kids will be sure to get a lot of use out of them with the roller skate and ice-skate convertible feature.

With all of these snowy activities, you’ll be so busy all winter you’ll forget how cold it really is! 

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