Birthday parties are enjoyable for all, especially children as they delight in amazing and engaging activities and are most thrilled about receiving goodie bags at the end of the event!
While it may be all play and no work for the guests, planning, organizing and carrying out a flawless birthday celebration can be rather a great deal of work for the parents (the hosts).
While it may be simpler to have an outdoor celebration throughout spring, summertime and fall, it can be quite a task to have on indoors during the winter season. Kids enjoy being outdoors in the backyard, and there’s no stopping them from jumping and running around. Here are some amazing winter birthday celebration ideas for moms and dads who get all frantic while preparing a party. If the parents’ description fits you, then continue reading!
1. Hide and seek
One the most popular games amongst kids are hide and seek. Instead of having an individual hit the base, you can have the individual hit the other one with a snowball. This includes more fun, as you’re outdoors and using the snowball as part of your game. Kids will like this for sure!
2. Snowman Challenge
Collect children in groups of 3 or 4, and offer them a challenge to make a snowman. The group that builds a snowman with basic looks, such as eyes, nose mouth and hands, wins the challenge and gets a reward. You can have little multiple giveaways for this challenge like chocolates, sweets, or stationery.
Children like inflatables. They take pleasure in climbing, jumping, and sliding on inflatables. You can have this placed indoors, or have your yard covered first with a thick camping tent and place the inflatable there. You can select bounce house rentals, dry slide rentals or barrier courses that are enjoyable for children of all ages.
4. Scavenger Hunt
Freeze ice with different food colorings. Conceal them in your yard and then let the children hunt for them. You can have groups according to color; such as red, green and purple ice. Three groups of children search for the color they are designated. Offer them a basket to collect the colored ice. The group that collects all the ice cubes of their designated color wins.
These are some insane fun activities you can have for your kids’ birthday bash in winter. So, the next time somebody informs you that you can’t have an outdoor birthday in winter season, show them you can!