Toddler Winter Bucket List – FREE Printable Checklist!
Find 25+ ideas to do with your toddler this winter with this Toddler Winter and Christmas Bucket List – just print it out and get busy!
It’s that time, I suppose. Halloween is over – and we even had snow on the ground on Halloween and November 1st here in Illinois.
Which, to be honest, really put me in the Christmas mood. Give me all the clearance candy, put out all the holiday decor, and blast the Straight No Chaser and Lindsay Stirling Christmas music!
We completed most of the items on our Fall Toddler Bucket List – and Camden had a blast all fall! Trick-or-treating was one of his favorite things ever, and he decorated his pumpkin as Marshall from Paw Patrol. He couldn’t wait to get up and see Marshall every day.
But now it’s time to start a winter bucket list. Yes, friends, it’s time to think about winter activities. Or at least, print out the printable checklist and set it aside until after Thanksgiving.
There are so many things I’m excited to do and to introduce Camden to this year. Last year he was so little he didn’t really understand any of it, but he’s loving it this year! We got a new decoration: a Santa Claus on a ladder that climbs up and down the tree and plays music. Every morning when we get Camden out of the crib, he runs up the hallway, shouting ‘Santa! Santa!’ because he’s so excited to see it.
And we’ve already put up our tree – blogger life – and he loves all the lights. I can’t wait to take him to the St. Louis Botanical Garden lights this year – he’s going to be fascinated.
So, in no particular order, here is our Christmas/winter bucket list:
Our Winter Toddler Bucket List
1.Visit the reindeer farm.
2. Play in the snow.
3. Build a snowman.
4. Make a winter craft.
5. Make a snow sensory bin.
6. Play with our felt Christmas tree.
7. Start a holiday advent calendar.
8. Walk or drive through the holiday lights.
9. Have a hot cocoa bar or party.
10. Deliver kindness presents to friends and family/Do a random act of kindness.
11. Make and decorate cookies.
12. Watch a holiday movie.
13. Make and decorate paper snowflakes.
14. Have a pajama day.
15. Make snow ice cream.
16. Go sledding
17. Decorate ornaments to give to friends and family.
18. Make a snow angel.
19. Eat candy canes.
20. Make a gingerbread house.
21. Pick out and donate a brand new toy.
22. Make a Christmas card for someone.
23. Put the star on top of the tree.
24. Take a family photo.
25. Visit Santa.
26. Read a Christmas book.
27. Get a new (or new to you) holiday decoration.
We’ve already checked off #3, #24, #27 (Merry Christmas, Curious George), and #28.
What are you going to check off of your bucket list first?
Grab your free printable here (click on the thumbnail to download):
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