Stay at Home Winter Lockdown Bucket List.  On Boxing Day like much of the country, we moved into tier four. So effectively lockdown and with 60% of the country in the same position. I do think that the writing is on the wall with the remainder of England likely to follow in the next couple of weeks.  So once again I am looking at things we can do safely at home. After the success of our Stay at Home Autumn Lockdown Bucket List. I thought I would do the same again and pull together a Stay ay Home Winter Lockdown Bucket List.  All these ideas can be done at home, during one hour of exercise or easily on a social distanced basis. I have even pulled together a free printable© to share with my readers.

I have specifically focused on ideas outside of Christmas. If you are looking for Christmas ideas then I have several different advent activity posts, many with printables.

24 Lockdown Advent Activities for Kids

Stay at Home Winter Lockdown Bucket List

  • Plant some sweet pea seeds. I always leave planting ours too late so I am aiming for February this year to make sure they make an impact early on.

  • Make horseradish sauce. But it could be mango chutney or really easy raspberry jam. Both work really well with frozen fruit. And make a lovely gift especially this time of year when everyone could do with some extra cheer

  • Go for a glow stick walk – this time of year it gets dark early so perfect to go out for a late afternoon early evening walk.

  • Make some natural birdfeeders to keep them going this time of year

  • Jump in muddy puddles

  • Plan a walk with a map – pick up an ordnance survey map of your local area and hunt out new walks. So that when the weather is behaving you can quickly head out and make the most of it.

  • Try geocaching

  • Make some frozen sun catchers

  • Try star gazing

  • Make some fake snow

  • Have a toy declutter – always a good excuse to go through after Christmas to make room for the new and gift away the items they have grown out of or lost interest in

  • Plan the veg bed – Spring will be here before we know it so if you are planting veggies then its never to early to plan what you are going to plant and where

  • Sew family handprints – all inside of each other

  • Celebrate burns night on the 25/01

  • Make Pancakes for pancake day

  • Get outside and fly a kite

  • Make some Valentines Day crafts

  • Pull together a 2020 round-up photo book

  • Make a birdhouse

What is on your bucket list for this season? I would love to hear about them in the comments below.

FREE Printable

Winter Lockdown Bucket List

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Stay at Home Winter Lockdown Bucket List

19 Comments

  1. Fiona Karbal

    Thanks for all the ideas. I will definitely send this to my daughter and granddaughter.

  2. Maggie Ali

    These are some really good ideas. I think geocaching is on our list.

  3. Stephanie

    Some lovely ideas here, I’m planning on completing my 2020 lockdown diary. Putting together all my photos and document of events during the year. Need to keep a record of this!

  4. Sounds like a great list! We’ll definitely be celebrating Burns Night too, being in Scotland. And you’ve reminded me that I’ve been meaning to try geocaching with my boys.

  5. Pati Robins

    i love your lockdown bucket list! ours consisted mainly of making things but sadly some bits i want to make i cant buy online :(n, i might actually borrow some of your ideas and incorporate into mine

  6. Sandra Fortune

    Great Ideas so much fun to have even though we are still isolated

  7. Lyndsey OHalloran

    I definitely need to have a toy cull. Our house has gone a bit mad.

  8. Claire Lomax

    Brilliant list and one that is very much needed given the latest announcement. I love the idea of planting some seeds. I never think about it until it’s too late!

  9. My tumble drier just broke, so had to clear the cupboard that was sat on top of it and found a load of glowsticks. Definitely going to try the glow stick walk

  10. Gemma Hendry

    Great ideas, im definately going to do the star gazing, the glow sick walk and make a birdhouse, oh and deffo have a toy clearout lol

  11. What great ideas. I love the sound of the glow stick walk. That does sound like a lot of fun.
    We had a declutter before Christmas but I think the girls bedrooms need another one now. x

  12. Andrea Fletcher

    Love the idea of your bucket list for lockdown, might have to do one of those myself.

  13. Anthea Holloway

    There are some lovely ideas here – I am not sure you will need to make fake snow although we haven’t had any in Dorset where it has been rain and sleet.

  14. Kelly Cooper

    Some great ideas, we also have board game competitions.

  15. Margaret Gallagher

    Loasds of fun times ahead for you all

  16. Priscilla Stubbs

    It is good to have a plan. I think trying to keep to some sort of routine during lockdown is important

  17. Carly Belsey

    Great ideas here, I love the make a birdhouse idea. We will definitely be using some of these. Thank you.

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