Outdoor things to do during winter

Many people look forward to winter because of the different outdoor things they can do. Different things you can do are; spend the day ice skating, go sledding, build a snowman, have snowball fight etc.; basically, you can do anything that involves having fun.

Many people don’t know that sledding can be an exercise. According to Farmers Almanac “Sledding can actually burn more than 450 calories per hour, much of it from trudging back up the hill once you’ve reached the bottom.” Next time you go sledding, have fun and know that you did your daily exercising. Sledding is fun when there are friends involved, so grab a really big snow sled and go sledding with your pals.

If anyone tells you you’re too old to build a snowman, or to have a snowball fight, ignore them and go out and have fun. Save some of your holiday money and go out and have fun.

Ice skating is not always so much fun, nothing is more terrifying than skating on ice, but hey, you only live once, so go out and try it. You could hold onto your partner’s (mother, Dad’s, etc.) hand to feel more comfortable, and after awhile you get used to skating.

Creating a snow angel is fun for anyone of any age. It’s free. All you need is a pile of snow (the ground), and some snow pants (dress for the weather, you don’t want to get frostbite). Lay on the ground on your back, and start to move your legs and arms up and down for a few seconds. When you’re done, get up and look at your snow angel, and enjoy the beautiful little thing you created.

It’s always fun to be outside with other people: your friends, siblings, and even your parents. Snowball fight! Hurry, grab your gloves and a jacket, and go outside and get some snow, and start throwing at your siblings. Come on, hurry, before they get you. Snowball fights are always fun; you’re throwing snow for goodness sake! Doesn’t that sound fun?

Well, those are some great ideas of things to do during the winter.