Hurray for Winter and all things snow. Well, even if I don’t get to experience snow on a regular basis, we took a special trip to enjoy true winter this year.
I feel like snow is super stressful but also super exciting. It definitely depends on the amount of snow, and what it keeps you from being able to do. It can be so enjoyable to play in, such a sensory experience when there’s just the right amount of snow. For those of us not in the Goldilocks zone, we improvise.
Enjoy Sensory Activities Playing with Snow and Snow-Related Crafts
Here’s a fun craft-ivity you can do anywhere, no real snow or winter required. Make these awesome Name snowflakes!
Of course, you remember my DIY fake snow activity that my son enjoyed so much. A fun way to build a snowman and then melt it!
You might also like my coffee filter snowflake STEAM activity.
I also love this fridge magnet snowman activity. Go grab your free printable to do the magnet craft.
Here’s another lovely toddler snow cloud dough idea! This includes a recipe to cook your own cloud dough and put together an invitation to play!
Here’s a wonderful roundup of 21 snow crafts for toddlers and preschoolers.
Planning an Ultimate Snow Adventure
I mentioned our fabulous trip to Winter Park, Colorado that we had last month. It was an amazing way to celebrate and enjoy the beauty that winter has to offer.
Here are 10 expert tips to know when planning a ski trip with kids. And let’s not forget what to pack for a snow trip with kids.
Here’s a fun trip to YMCA Snow Mountain Ranch if you’re planning a trip, check it out.
I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream for Snow Cream
Snow cream appears to be all the rage these days. I mean, if I had buckets of snow to play with I might sweeten it up and taste it too! But alas, I have to live vicariously through some of these great ideas:
- How to make ice cream from snow
- 17 quick and simple snow cream recipes
- The most delicious snow cream you’ll ever make
- How to make snow cream in 5 flavors
- Two ingredients sugar-free snow cream
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