With technology dominating our daily life, it's next to impossible to spend time and share a hot cup of soup while chit-chatting with your family in today's time. Vacations used to be the time of the year when the entire family sits together and does something new but as we grow up, every such thing fades away.
However, it's never too late to explore new things with your family. Explore new activities, based on the things you like such as go karting, bowling, playing cricket to laser blasts and trampoline.
According to various studies, winters is considered to be the most favourable time when it comes to gel up with your family and do some fun things with them! So if you’re planning an outing or a trip then hold on, here are some great ideas that might excite you!
Wage a war
Ever dreamt of a zone where you could wage a laser war with your family? Challenge your family members to play this UV lit flashy 14 people laser shooting game and have fun with them reliving your childhood!
What's better than delving into the past with your family and refreshing some old memories? With vintage favorites like Pac Man, Fruit Ninja, Connect 4 and Simpson's Soccer, the time capsule will surely give you a glimpse of the conventional times with your family!
Ice skating for the entire family. Go to an amusement or theme park where a skating ring exists and indulge in the game of ice skating. This would be an ultimate thing to do with the folks this winter.
Cozy movie nights
When it is too cold, what better way to keep your child warm and cheerful than having a homely family movie night? Collect a bunch of your family's much loved DVDs, make a hot cup of cocoa, and sit together on the couch to watch the movie.
Crafting it up
Engross yourself with captivating family activities with some relationship building and do-it-yourself style craft projects that can be catered to family members of all ages. From making winter essentials such as paper snowflakes to indoor snowmen and edible snow.
This will not only lead to some bonding time but will also teach the children.
It’s never too late to start new traditions. Stay tuned for more health and lifestyle related updates!