Winter can out to be the most boring, dark, long and silent months for teens, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Don’t let your teen bound playing with electronic gadgets all winter. Bring a change and go for variety of activities.
Here is a list of few things that can be done in winter making it the most memorable till the next season falls.
If you live in northern area or visit there:
Go ice skating.
Build a snowman.
Make a snow angel.
Build a snow fort.
Have a snowball fight.
If you live in a busy city:
See this year’s cool thrilling winter movie.
Shovel off the porch or driveway for your family.
Write a poem about ice or snow in your journal.
Make a winter journal.
Go on a winter hike with friends.
List your favorite television specials in your journal.
Drink hot chocolate.
Sketch a winter scene.
Decorate your bedroom door for the holidays.
Make a snowflake card for a friend who lives far away.
Start a new jigsaw puzzle–then finish it.
Make a cinnamon ornament.
Try and make a fun family or winter recipe.
Start a snow shoveling business.
Play a game of basketball.
Go watch your high school basketball team.
Go watch your high school ski team.
Go watch your high school wrestling team.
Drink some hot cider.
Make origami ornaments.
Make and use an advent calendar.
Learn to use a snow board or learn a new trick.
Take a walk while it’s snowing and catch snowflakes on your tongue.
Friend someone famous on your social networking page.
Decorate your social networking page with a holiday or winter theme.
Sit or look outside and write a song.
Sit or look outside and write a play.
Start your winter fantasy novel.
Take your dog/pet for a mile-long walk.
Clean out and organize your junk drawer so you have room for this school year’s junk.
Read something that warms your heart.
Read something that makes you laugh out loud.
Go to a museum.
Start a new healthy habit.
Add or add to a folder for homework help sites to your favorite links.
Add or add to a folder for sites on a new interest to your favorite links.
Create a family newsletter to send to your whole family.
List ten things you like about winter in your journal.
Hug your parent, a friend and yourself.
Learn a card trick.
Make place cards for your family’s holiday meal.
Create an About Me scrapbook album or add a page to the one you have.
Send holiday cards to your friends.
Join a book club.
Play with Magnetic Poetry.
Start a business.
Make Vanilla Lip Gloss.
Make a Winter Beaded Safety Pin.
Make a Decoupage Snowman Bookmark Craft.
Make an Ice Candle.
Volunteer to read to children at the library.
Create an imaginary teen from the future.
Plan a board game or video game tournament.
Make friendship bracelets in winter blue colors.
Play ice hockey.
Rearrange your bedroom.
Organize your closet:
Bring out your cold weather clothes and store your warm weather clothes.
Build a website.
Go cross-country skiing.
Bake your favorite cookies.
Make a snow mural with squirt bottles, water, food coloring and a yard full of snow.
Post winter greetings on your friend’s social media pages.
Make a New Year’s resolution, and a plan that will help you stick to it.
Make a hearts and pearl choker.
Start or update your checking or savings account.
Plan a party for your friends.
Plan a Valentine Party.
Learn a new make-up trick.
Get a new haircut or style.
Volunteer at your community food pantry, soup kitchen or church.
Go winter camping , learn survival skills.
Make a snowflake mobile – use glitter.
Make a crazy music video to your favorite song.
Write five facts about your favorite animal/rock star/person in your journal.
Grunge up a pair of jeans.
Play outside with flashlights after dinner.