How to Keep Your Children Active Over Winter Break

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Winter vacation should be a time of relaxation and freedom for your children. While a break from schoolwork is a good change of pace, keeping your kids mentally and physically active can be a challenge. Figuring out what to do with the extra down time often means more work for you. When the weather gets cold and it gets dark early, it takes some creativity to keep kids entertained and active. A mix of indoor and outdoor plans can keep your children active and prepare them for school after winter break ends. Here are five tips to help you make winter break fun and active for your kids.

utilize indoor facilities, adventure time, education away from school, visit the library, get involved with winter sports

Keeping your children active during winter break can make a difference in their attitude at home and school. Active children are happy children, and it is important for parents to encourage both mental and physical activity beyond a school setting.

For more information on how you and your family can make the most out of your winter season, visit our winter articles.

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