What games are there for kids aged 4 and up on a ski holiday?
We learn best when having fun, whether it’s skiing or something else! That's why ski lessons in resort schools are really focused on play. Kids’ nurseries and clubs are also organised in a fun way to encourage fun in learning. You will see the kindergarten club having fun ringing the bells as they go through the doors downhill. You can also suggest to your young skiers to do runs on the ski slopes. Either they follow you or you organise a ski circuit using small cones and without disturbing other skiers!
If they’re already at ease on skis, they can have fun taking on the bumps along the edges of the ski slopes. On the condition that they control their speed and to pay attention to other skiers.
Of course, if your kids have finished their day skiing, you can look for other activity ideas for them in the resort. Mountain goat hunt, sledge evening with torches, etc. The villages compete on imagination when it comes to keeping kids busy after skiing. The tourist information office can provide details of all organised activities and games for families. Your best allies in this adventure? The ski instructors and their ski lessons. Professional and passionate, they will quickly teach the basic gestures and the right attitude to have so that your children are calm and and at ease. It’s well known that kids take more notice of the instructors’ advice than their parents! You will be surprised by the progress made after one week of ski lessons...
Of course for quiet nights in, remember to bring board games!