These sweet little sock snowman couldn’t be easier or more fun to make, especially when they are all stuffed with aromatic dried herbs. The addition of herbs to the snowman’s stuffing imparts a bit of delightful wonder to these adorable creatures. And these squishy sock snowman will give off a wonderful fragrance when squeezed and loved.Read More
Spring is just around the corner yet here in Colorado, March is typically our snowiest month. We haven't had a whole lot of the white stuff so far this year and yesterday's storm has me excited for more before the first flowers start poking their heads up through the soil and the earliest green buds make an appearance on tree branches. In honor of winter fun I would like to share some of the great snow and ice projects the kids and I have done. These projects are perfect to do with young children and even have complete lesson plans for those of you working with a group of kids. Most of the projects have a bit of science thrown in while all of them offer kid-approved fun and creativity!
Talk about and play with states of matter while conducting a dissolving experiment with kids. Use all this new-found learning to grow crystals on snow flakes!
Have a race to see how fast ice will melt when exposed to different temperatures and substances. Create a big block of rainbow ice by using salt and food coloring together to track how fast salt will dissolve ice. Then paint with ice cubes!
Create an enchanted world using fairies, dinosaurs, glitter and pretty stones. The kids really loved this and want to do it again!
Super simple to make and a great way to get outside a play!!
Do you have any favorite snow or ice projects? I would love to hear about them and give them a try!
Wishing you lots of wintry fun!