My school is on day 4 of snow days! Who knows when we will get to go back! It is a winter wonderland around here! It looks beautiful and students will be so excited to do snowmen themed activities.
Who doesn't love the Snowmen books?? My kids really enjoy this series and I have to confess that I love them too. It is just kind of fun to think about your snowman coming to life and doing all kinds of fun things!
How fun would this be to make sparkling snow play dough? Students then could make their own snowmen in class! EHow shared their recipe for this fun activity. Click the picture to be taken to their site to see how to do it. It looks super easy and I know the kids would have a blast with it!
This is genius!! Students can make their own snow measuring stick!!! Marylea from Pink and Green Mama shared this fun craft (click the picture to go to her site). I can see how excited students would be to use their snow measuring stick each time it snows. What a great way to get in some math!
Mrs. Karen (click the picture to go to her site) shared this super cute snowman craft! Easy to do and would make a great display of snowmen on your wall.
Kids really like the can...are...have activities. You can download this freebie from me by clicking on the picture above!
This is a Snowmen at Night sequencing that we did. The snowmen were cut out of scrapbooking paper. The kids loved doing this activity. They thought the spray on snow was just pretty cool!
Snowman soup makes a great take home treat or party treat for your students! Goes so well with the Snowmen books.
My Snowmen Literacy Unit can be used if you are looking for a whole unit on Snowmen at Night. Lots of activities! Click here or on the picture to see it.
My sons used to help me make these bon bons every year. Now that they are older, they just eat them! Click the picture to grab your free recipe!
Join Tiffani over at Time 4 Kindergarten and add your favorite cookie recipe! Perhaps you'll find some new favorites too!
I hope if you are having snow days too that you are enjoying them! If you are still at school, you are at least not having to make them up later.