Sitting and watching the Olympic games is great, but wouldn’t it be even greater to be involved in the winter game action yourself?
After tuning into the various games on television, and teaching your children about the sport(s), turn your living room into a mini PyeongChang, and create some winter Olympic games of your own!
Of course, these games aren’t nearly as rigorous as freestyle skiing or speed skating, but they are guaranteed to be just as fun! Maybe more along the lines of curling, if you will.
1. Snowball toss: For this game, grab some plastic cups, markers, and cotton balls, and then try your luck at getting the cotton balls into the cups.
2. Snowman slam: You’ll need white foam cups, construction paper or markers, and some white socks for this one. Then see if you can toss the balled up socks and knock down all the snowmen. This could be fun for bowling, too!
3. Pin the carrot: Think of this as the winterized version of pin the tail on the donkey. A large roll of white paper will work best, along with some colored construction paper, and a blind fold.
4. FREEZE: Number four on the linked list brings a musical game where all you’ll need is something to play music and an open space for the kiddies to dance. When the the music stops, the kids have to freeze!
5. Snowman draw game: Grab some paper plates and markers, and you’ll be all set. The child will hold the paper plate on their head with one hand and try to draw a snowman holding a marker with the other.
If you try out the games, we want to see it! Post your photos to Facebook and tag @BellFamilyCompany in your post!
Written by our Marketing & Social Media Consultant, Taylor Bell