November 16, 2013

Winter Fun for Kids {The Sunday Showcase}

Winter Fun for Kids featured on The Sunday Showcase

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These awesome winter activities are from last week's Sunday Showcase.


Easy Recipe for Sensory Snow from FSPDT

Antarctic Small World Play from Crayon Box Chronicles

Antarctic Sensory Iceberg & Small World Play by Crayon Box Chronicles

The Alphabet Dances Z is for Zigzag from Back in the Hills

Season Tree Suncatchers from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom

2 Minute Hot Chocolate Cake Recipe from Kids Activities Blog

hot chocolate cake recipe - takes only 2 min to make!

Hibernating Bear Activity from Maro's Kindergarten

Ice Melt Science Experiment from Little Bins for Little Hands

ice melt science experiment cover

Fun Indoor Games for Kids from Coffee Cups and Crayons

Snow Play Dough Made with Ivory Soap from Sow Sprout Play

Playing with Snow Play Dough

Impromptu Gross Motor Activities from Teach Me Mommy

Winter Fun for Kids from Learn~Play~Imagine:

Watercolor Ice Art

Glowing Clean Mud


6 Indoor Games to Get Kids Moving

Penguin Sensory Bin and Small World Play

Newspaper Snowball Fight



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3 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for hosting each week!

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  2. The snow play dough made from soap looks like a ball --- and clean, too! Looking forward to checking out these ideas!

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