As the winter months approach, it becomes increasingly difficult to plan COVID-safe birthday parties for your children. Because of the chilly weather, outdoor events and gatherings require more planning, but that doesn’t mean they can’t take place.

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Let’s not rain on your winter babies’ parades just yet—or let it snow—on outdoor winter birthday parties.

We’ll go over everything you must consider when throwing a physically distant outdoor winter birthday party. That way, you can get there rapidly and simply enjoy the day with your child and their friends while staying safe, of course.

Few things that should be followed.

Everyone should be kept warm.

If you’re planning an outdoor birthday celebration between November and March/April, you’ll need to prepare for the cold and figure out how to keep the small ones comfortable. The thought of being cold should be the furthest thing from their minds.

Build a campfire.

You might be rolling your eyes now if you live in a city or suburb. However, there are numerous methods to have a fully legal fire while also providing a unique experience for your child and his or her pals.

Snuggle up in a blanket.

Bring a large basket full of blankets for the youngsters and let them nestle up under one. They can also be used as a loot bag for each child to take home after the party. You might also include a couple of hand warmers for each child—they’re inexpensive on Amazon, and if you have any excess, you could donate them to a homeless shelter.

Make sure they’ve dressed appropriately for the weather.

Make it clear in your invitations that this will be an outside gathering. Inform parents of any activities that may necessitate additional clothing, but at the least, all children must have their jackets, caps, gloves, scarves, boots, and possibly snow pants, depending on the weather prediction.

A tent or an outdoor shelter can be rented.

Depending on the location of your outdoor party, you can hire an outdoor canvas or shelter to keep the kids safe from the elements.

Get the kids up and moving with some fun activities.

A kid’s birthday celebration isn’t simply one entertaining activity. It’s also a terrific way to get them moving to keep them warm at an outdoor gathering.

Get the youngsters outside to play in the snow.

When the snow falls, whether it’s for making snowmen, going sliding, or having a good old-fashioned snowball fight, it makes for a terrific winter birthday party activity. It’s crucial to have a backup plan in case the snow hasn’t yet fallen. Don’t worry, though; we’ve got you covered.

Scavenger hunt in the winter.

Print out some fun treasure hunt lists with winter natural findings and take the kids to a park to hunt. We adore this KCE Adventures printable, which is jam-packed with amazing items like pinecones, hats, a snowman, and an evergreen branch.

You can also take your kids on a nature walk and skating which is much more fun.