Winter is upon us, whether we are ready or not. If you’re not a fan of winter or the colder months, this winter bucket list printable is perfect for you. You may feel trapped indoors if it is too cold to do family activities outdoors. However, with this bucket list printable, you can have fun this winter!
Do you have seasonal bucket lists? Things that you want to do with your family each season? What about resolutions or goals? If not, this is something that I truly enjoy doing for myself. With a new month or season, comes new goals and bucket list items.
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The winter blues can really get you down, but this FREE printable Winter Bucket List is going to help you get out of those blues. Celebrate the new season and end of the year with lots of fun for you and your family.
Food Winter Bucket List Items
Here are some bucket list items related to food for winter:
- Drink Hot Cocoa
- Make Cookies
- Cook Popcorn (Christmas Popcorn or Caramel Popcorn)
- Make Pancakes
- Make a Special Breakfast
- Have a dinner with family
- Have an indoor picnic
- Make a Gingerbread Man
- Make a Gingerbread House
Outdoor Winter Bucket List Items
Yes, you can still do outdoor activities in the winter. Here are some ideas:
- Have a snow fight
- Go caroling
- Build a snowman
- Go ice skating
- Go breeze walking
- Make snow angels
- Catch snowflakes with your tongue
- Take a family photo
As you can see above, there are PLENTY of things you can do in the winter to get rid of those winter blues!
FREE Printable Winter Bucket List
Now that you’ve seen some of the ideas, grab the rest with this FREE printable. Simply click the image below or HERE for a free, downloadable PDF Winter Bucket List!
From there, you can take this list and use as is or you can even make a jar with popsicle sticks and allow your family to pick an activity when they’re bored this winter!