Depending on where you live in the country, you may think you have to “close up” the trampoline for the winter. It doesn’t have to be the case though. Yes, you may take to the indoors in the winter to stay warm and cozy, but there are still bound to be some times you go outdoors and enjoy the cool, brisk weather. We have put together a list of 5 unique in-ground and above-ground trampoline ideas.
Naturally, in the spring, summer and early autumn, the trampoline is an ideal place for fun and exercise. What do you do in the winter though?
5 Unique In-Ground and Above-Ground Trampoline Ideas
Here are some ideas to stay involved in your in-ground trampoline year-round.
1. Eat breakfast, lunch or dinner on the trampoline. Why not climb into the in-ground and enjoy a meal? Get fresh air and a change of atmosphere.
2. If it’s Halloween, dress up in your favorite costume and jump around on the trampoline. If your kids are like ours, they love to dress in costumes – whether a princess gown or a superhero costume – and run around the house, why not let them on the trampoline?
3. Hang blankets around the edges of your above-ground trampoline and crawl under and have a “blanket fort”? Play games in the fort. Eat lunch. Have a puppet show.
4. Grab some liquid chalk and let your kids get creative on the trampoline. You could even teach letters and numbers or just draw photos. Liquid chalk washes off easily with soap and water.
5. String fairy lights and have a nighttime party with the family. The lights add a twinkling bit of fun after the sun goes down.
In-ground and above-ground trampolines are fun for jumping, rebounding, exercising and just having fun together.
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If you’re thinking about getting an above ground or an inground trampoline this year, give us a call. Let’s talk about the best trampoline for you, your family and your budget.“Children learn through play and making it fun means they’ll have lots of practice developing skills. Whether you buy or borrow toys from your local toy library, they form an integral part in learning and a great way for families to spend time together”.