Looking for some snow activities for kids? From snow science to making your own snow, we’ve got you covered! You might want to start with the snow ice cream. 🙂
Many of you are experiencing just what we are… an exceptionally cold and snowy winter. Here’s how to make the most of snow…
When you’ve got a new snowfall, bring some inside to make this delicious snow ice cream from Apron Strings and Other Things.
Measure the snow accumulation with these cute paint stick snow men from Play Dr. Mom.
My five-year-old has been trying to find a way to study the snowflakes up close. Now we know how, thanks to this post from P is for Preschooler.
Check out this round-up of snow and winter science experiments from Meet Penny.
Too cold to play outdoors? Bring the snow indoors and paint it, like in this post from Craftulate at B-Inspired Mama.
Here’s some snow science you can do indoors from Creative Family Fun.
No real snow at your house? Make your own — with this recipe from Waddlee -ah-chaa.
Or try this snow recipe from Parenting Chaos.
Whether you have real snow or not, your kids will love this shimmery no-cook white play dough from Coffee Cups and Crayons.
Finally, snuggle on the couch with this set of books about snowmen from Parenting Chaos.
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