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Just because the temperatures have dropped doesn't mean that you have to hibernate all winter. We've rounded up the best indoor and outdoor things to do with the kids, that will make the cold and snow a lot more bearable. 

Outdoor Fun 

Where to Go Snow Tubing
Best Skiing Near NJ
Maple Sugaring in NJ 
Winter Games for Kids 
How to Make a Perfect Olaf Snowman 
How to Build an Amazing Snow Fort

Indoor Fun 

50 Things to Do Indoors 
Indoor Water Parks and Pools 
Indoor Play Places for Kids 
Trampoline Parks in NJ 
Best Ice Skating Rinks in NJ 
NJ Roller Rinks
Rock Climbing Spots in NJ 

At-Home Activities 

Have the Ultimate Snow Day 
Crafts With Fake Snow 
Snow Day Survival 
How to Keep Kids Entertained Indoors 
Fun Family Movies to Watch on Netflix 
What to Do With the Kids When the Power Is Out 

Winter Health

Safe Sledding Tips 
What to Know About This Year's Flu Shot
How to Prepare for an Emergency 
Croup 101 - Symptoms and Treatments 
How to Remove a Tongue from a Metal Pole 
Natural Cough Remedies 
How Not to Get Sick When Your Kids Get Sick 

Winter Gear 

Must-Have Boots for Winter
Snow Way: Cool Winter Toys 
Best Apps to Predict Snow Days 
How to Keep Kids From Losing Mittens and Gloves 
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