Featured General Winter
Bucket Toss - Line up oatmeal containers in a single file line. Place a line of tape where child should stand, they are not allowed to cross this line. Each child tries to toss the bean bags into the buckets.
Edible Snowman - Using a toothpick, dot on eyes and a nose and mouth on one marshmallow for the snowmans head. Assemble the 3 marshmallows with frosting to make the body. Using frosting, "glue" on the red hots for buttons. stick the pretzel sticks into the middle marshmallow on the sides for arms.
Snow Pudding - Have child measure and mix all the ingredients together in one large bowl. Eat immediately! Just to be silly, sometimes we add a little yellow food coloring.
Winter Ice Candles - This activity is suited for colder, northern climates where snow and ice are usual winter fare. Creating lights in ice is easy and fun to do, and the flickering lights add a warm glow to a cold night. SMALL ICE CANDLES Fill the balloon with water until it is about the size of a softball and add a drop ...
Creative Snowman - Cut 3 circles out of the white construction paper and glue them onto the cardboard. Then use your imagination to decorate the snowman. We glued coconut over the entire body, then added a raisin mouth, button eyes, and a yarn scarf.
Crayon Melt Picture - Create a crazy melted crayon picture with our free fun tutorial!