Use this free printable winter bucket list for families to help cultivate meaningful moments together.
The winter bucket list for families is a great tool to help you carve out time for intentional moments together. As we are in a new year, many of us are seeking to make purposeful changes. Perhaps you desire to put your phone down more or perhaps you are seeking more quality time with loved ones. Whatever it may be, many of us have plans and goals for this year.
Get the free printable bucket list here!
Some new rhythms I am working on establishing in our family is to have one day a month where we go explore a local park and to be intentional with our use of screens. I absolutely love our family movie nights, but I also want to plan out times to play games or be together without screens.
Winter Bucket List for Families
The winter bucket list is a collection of activities for families to do during January and February. These activities are all very simple and designed to draw your family towards connection.
There is a pre-made list and also a blank list. You can sign up to get these free printables here.
If you use the blank list, use a white chalk pen to write in your own activities.
The Winter Bucket List Activities
- Build a snowman- If you do not have snow, do this using playdough!
- Make snowflakes
- Go to the library or read a book
- Hot Cocoa
- No Screens Day
- Bake Cookies
- Have a snowball fight- If you do not have snow, try this using cotton balls or paper balls. Kids will have a blast!
- Play a game (see some of our favorite games)
- Movie Night
- Act of Kindness
- Family Valentines
- Valentine’s Dinner- Make a special dinner for your family to celebrate Valentine’s.
- Heart Game- Cut hearts out of construction paper and hide them for the kids to find. Take turns hiding them.
- Play Charades- Write out different animals or characters from a favorite show and take turns picking one to act out for the others
Other fun activities to add-in would be ice skating, sledding, etc! I tried to limit the snow activities since not everyone lives where there is snow.
Get the Free Printable Winter Bucket List HERE! You will receive the chalkboard version and plain background version.
With the bucket list, remember to have grace with yourself. Focus on the time together, not the act of crossing off something from a list.
Before you get started, ask your kids what activities they would like to do! You can see how I created this simple DIY wall hanging for our bucket list here.