Snow days are on the horizon! Before the first snowflake hits the ground, we want to make sure you’re prepared with all the gear you need to keep your kids comfy, cozy and occupied! From cold weather gear to toys to the stuff they’ll want when them come in from the cold, these items can be delivered straight to your doorstep. Remember, preparation can take the stress out of the storm, so read on and let it snow!
If they want to snowboard but aren’t quite ready to hit the slopes, this snow-friendly scooter will let them slide around the backyard with ease.
e-joy Kids Snow Scooter Ski Scooter Fold-up Snowboard Sledge Folding Sliding Ski Snowboard with Grip Handle Snow Sled, $39.99
Tired of sacrificing your favorite scarf for the sake of their snowman? This kid has all the pieces ready, and they are reusable.
Evelots Perfect Snowman Decorating Kit, $14.99
They can do some next level sledding with steering and brakes. With a handle so you can pull your younger ones back up the hill.
Frost Rush Snow Sled for Kids with 90⁰ Steering Wheel, Twin Breaks & Safety Flag, $79.98
This all in one kit has everything they’ll need for an epic snow day, from scoops and shovels to make the perfect snowman or snowballs.
Unplugged Explorers 6 pc. Ultimate Snow Toys kit, $27.97
Sledding can be a COVID-safe activity and these super-fast flying saucers allow each child to ride the hills solo. Customers call it small but strong and at 25” it’ll be room enough to provide a snow day of fun.
Airhead Classic Saucer Sled, $15.99
Put your kiddie crew to work shoveling or just let them have some fun with these colorful and durable shovels. This four-pack gives you a variety of colors – keep them for the summer to use again in the sand!
Liberty Imports 32-Inch Kids Large Heavy Duty Metal Snow Shovels with Plastic Scoop and Handle, $28.95
Take your igloo to the next level (literally!) with these awesome molds. Your child can build the fort of his or her dreams and the blocks are flexible enough that they will release perfect bricks.
Flexible Flyer Snow Fort Building Block, $9.20
You might want to steal this inflatable tube from the kids for a few runs down your favorite hills.
GoFloats Winter Snow Tube, $29.99
These monster feet snow shoes will give them a little stability in the big snow drifts. Good up to 80 lbs.
Airhead Monsta Trax Kids Snowshoe, $19.99
A modern twist on the toboggan, this inflatable combines the fun of tubing and sledding and is comfortable for grownups riding along with kids.
ROYI Inflatable Snowmobile Sled, $80.39
No matter if they are building snowmen, forts or just want to make some pretty art on the snow, this easy kit will let them make that winter wonderland a bit more rainbow colored.
Color My Worlds Sand and Snow Coloring Kit, $19.95
They could make one snowman, or make a dozen of adorable little penguins to line your driveway with this easy to use mold that you just fill with packed snow.
Snowman Penguin Mold, $8.01
These durable boots come in tons of different sizes from toddler to big kid and enough colors and patterns that there’s sure to be several that will appeal to your brood. We love the bungee cord at the top that prevents snow from getting in and the berber lining will keep feet warm and cozy.
Northside Frosty Insulated Winter Snow Boots, $29.95
This is one item you definitely don’t think about until it snows and your child is running outside in jeans or leggings! This easy to wear bib keeps little legs warm and dry and parents say in reviews they last for more than one season!
London Fog Classic Heavyweight Snow Bib Ski Pant, $34.99
Yes, that’s right, these are the gloves that change color in the cold that you remember from the 80’s! When the temperature drops the color-changing ink goes from nearly invisible to a bright color. Free size exchanges make these a sure bet!
Freezy Freakies Retro Color-Changing Winter Snow Gloves, $29
This hat/face mask combo will keep your child warm and COVID compliant! The fleece hood and mask are windproof and the drawstrings on the sides make it adjustable to fit your child’s face.
Tough Headwear’s Kids Balaclava Ski Mask, $12.95
If you get them gloves that are cute AND clip together, you’ll have a fighting chance to making it through the season without losing half of the pair. (We’ve got more tips on keeping them from losing them here)
N’Ice Caps Kids Cute Animal Faces Cold Weather Thinsulate Waterproof Gloves, $15.99
Adding an underlayer can mean the difference between your kids coming back inside after five minutes and a whole afternoon outside enjoying the snow. This two-piece set is a great base layer for all winter activities and sports. Check out the different colors and patterns for girls and boys.
Rocky Thermal Underwear Fleece Lined Long John Set, $26.99
The Cozy Stuff
After sledding, the kids can hop on the hot cocoa bomb trend that is all over TikTok with this easy kit with all the supplies you’ll need to make your melty goodness.
DIY Hot Chocolate Cocoa Bombs with Marshmallows Kit, $27.95
Extend their time outdoors by keeping them a little bit cozier in the chilly temps with these air-activated warmers that you can pop in pockets, mittens or boots.
HotHands Hand & Toe Warmers – Long Lasting Safe Natural Odorless Air Activated Warmers, $22.78
What better way to finish a snow day then by enjoying a hot chocolate in the comfort of your own living room. This decadent blend is a step above Swiss Miss (though no shade to those packets with the mini marshmallows, of course!).
Ghirardelli Sweet Ground Chocolate and Cocoa, $20.99
After a long day in the snow, your kids will want to snuggle up under this blanket and watch a movie. This one is reversable and machine washable.
AmazonBasics Ultra-Soft Micromink Sherpa Blanket, $28.99