Winter is a magical time of year, filled with opportunities for fun, learning, and growth. As a homeschooling parent, you can take advantage of the unique challenges and joys that the winter months bring by incorporating a variety of engaging and educational activities into your homeschooling curriculum. Here are ten of the best winter activities for homeschool kids to help inspire you and your children this season.

  1. Snow Science: Take advantage of the winter snow to explore the wonders of science. Experiment with the properties of snow and ice, make snow crystals, and observe how snowflakes are formed.
  2. Winter Wildlife Watching: Get outside and observe the local wildlife during the winter months. Look for tracks in the snow, listen for bird calls, and learn about the different animals that call the winter woods their home.
  3. Ice Skating: Ice skating is a classic winter activity that can be both fun and physically challenging. Encourage your homeschooled kids to practice their balance and coordination skills while they glide across the ice.
  4. Snowboarding and Skiing: If you have access to a ski slope or snowboarding park, take advantage of the opportunity to introduce your children to these exciting winter sports. Not only are they great for building physical skills, but they also provide a sense of adventure and thrill.
  5. Winter Cooking: Get creative in the kitchen this winter by trying out some new winter-themed recipes. Bake gingerbread cookies, make hot cocoa, and try your hand at making traditional winter dishes like mulled cider or roasted chestnuts.
  6. Winter Crafts: Get crafty and make some winter-themed art projects. Create paper snowflakes, build a snowman out of clay, or paint winter scenes.
  7. Winter Reading: Encourage your homeschooled children to curl up with a good book during the winter months. Read winter-themed stories, such as The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats, or classics like A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Of course we recommend the Tuttle Twins Choose Your Consequence books for some adventure and intrigue!
  8. Winter Sports: Whether it’s playing ice hockey, broomball, or curling, participating in winter sports is a great way for homeschooled kids to stay active and have fun during the colder months.
  9. Winter Nature Walks: Take a winter nature walk and explore the natural world. Look for signs of life in the winter landscape, such as tracks in the snow or evergreen trees.
  10. Winter Movie Night: Stay warm and cozy inside by having a winter-themed movie night. Watch classic holiday films like “It’s a Wonderful Life” or “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” or explore winter-themed documentaries or animated movies.


Whether you’re exploring the wonders of winter science, cooking up a storm in the kitchen, or simply enjoying the beauty of a snow-covered landscape, these ten winter activities are sure to provide your homeschooled kids with a fun, educational, and memorable winter season.

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