Exciting Snow Play

Seems like I can think of nothing other than snow and snowmen recently.  Maybe a warm vacation is in order to escape our winter wonderland:)  Last week from the Kids Co-op, I featured 6 creative Snow Themed Craft ideas that your kids will love. This week I’m featuring Exciting Snow Play ideas that were linked up from last weeks Kids Co-op.  Kids love playing in the snow, so why not give them some new and exciting ways to explore this chilly medium!

Snow Play Activities for kids

  1. Colored Snowballs from Life with Moore Babies
  2. Bringing it Inside! – exploring snow indoors from PlayDrMom
  3. Winter Sensory Bin: Bringing the Snow Inside from Crayon Freckles
  4. Making Homemade Ice Cream…with Snow from Blue Skies Ahead
  5. Outdoor Art in the Snow from Craft Knife

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Come back every Thursday to see if your creative idea were featured and link up any new ideas! (I will be using one image and a link back to your blog.)

Here are our favorite snow play activities from Housing A Forest.

Snow Play Activities for kids

Creating Colorful Icicles | Snow Ice Cream | Pound A Nail with a Banana |  Frozen Bubble Experiment | Sledding on a Frozen Towel | How to build and Igloo | Bringing the Snow Inside | Melting Art

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Until next time... xoxo Tammy!  

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