10 Fun Winter Activities For Teenagers

Teenagers love keeping their parents on their toes at all times. And since winter is round the corner, you can help your teenager focus on the fun things in life by getting them up and introducing them to some winter activities for teenagers. Keeping your teen busy during the holidays does not have to be a herculean feat any longer. Since we all need a little recreation in our lives, the best way to get it is by doing something productive. However, teens are more likely to indulge in playing video games, watching TV, and using their phones. So if you’re looking for some inspiration on how to get started with this, you need to look no further. In our article, we talk about some fun activities for teenagers to indulge in during winter. Read through this post to find some interesting ways to keep your teenager entertained. We bet they’ll have a great time with the activities we’ve suggested.

Here are 10 fun winter activities for teenagers that are equally fun with family as well as with friends. Give them a try:

1. Snow Tubing:

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Winters can get dull for teenagers. If your teen is acting ‘cold’, try snow tubing. It is one activity the whole family can enjoy together. Similar to sledding, but safer, you can find many places offering snow tubing on a snowy weekend.

2. Bonfire:

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This is one of the perfect fun winter activities for teens. Bonfires will never go out of fashion! Perfect for chilly winter nights, as well as summer evenings. A bonfire is a great way to bond as a family.

3. Aerobics:

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When days feel lazy, nothing can be as good as working out. So, turn on some music and work out together. Keep some healthy snacks handy. We promise your teen will love it! Just don’t mind her making fun of your ‘moves’!

4. Build Something:

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A sand castle, a snowman –whatever is available. Have a competition on who can build the most ‘wacko’ piece! Guaranteed fun!

5. Cook Up A Storm:

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It is time to show your teen how much fun cooking can be. Give your teen the freedom to explore the kitchen. Don’t hover. Let her experiment. Just be ready to clean up the mess!

6. Comic Timing:

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You can either pack off your teen and her friends to a local comedy club or you can go as a family. Better still, encourage your teen organize a comedy night at home! Laughter can bring families together.

7. May The Best Man Win:

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Teenagers thrive on competition. So, let the teens compete! A video game competition, chocolate making competition – the options are endless. Just ensure an endless supply of food and your teens will have the time of their lives!

8. Water Fight:

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Nothing can be as much as a water fight. Yes, it can get a little messy, but that’s what life is like with a teenager!

9. Theater Night:

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If your teen is arty, encourage her to have a theater night. Set up a small stage and let the teens explore their inner actor!

10. Volunteer:

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Now this is one idea that won’t appeal to your teenager. But keep at it, and soon your teen will discover the joy in giving. Go to a shelter, visit the dog pound – pick a cause that is close to your heart and volunteer as a family. It will be a great learning experience for your growing teen.

Other Fun Ideas:

Here are some more fun activity ideas for your teen.

  1. Organize movie nights
  2. Wash the car with music blaring
  3. Throw a pool party
  4. Arrange a fashion show
  5. Go crazy with nail art
  6. Have a karaoke party
  7. Make a documentary about that mysterious neighbor
  8. Organize a treasure hunt
  9. Pretend to be a photographer
  10. Go to a local museum

Winter is a joyous season that provides many schools and college breaks. It’s also a season of family visits and parties, so planning some winter activities for teenagers might be beneficial if you don’t want your children to become agitated. These activities will keep all of the teens in the house entertained and also help strengthen their bonds, enhance social conduct, and provide a nice distraction from the screen. Organize a teen movie night, a comedy club, or encourage them to volunteer and participate in other enjoyable activities.

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Mitha Shameer

Mitha is passionate about writing on topics related to women and children. She loves to present the brighter side of life to her readers in the form of her articles. She writes on games, stories, arts & craft, celebrations and more for MomJunction. When she isn't glued to online shopping websites, she loves reading books and watching F.R.I.E.N.D.S.