5 Snow Day Activities! | Little Rock Moms Network

The snow has finally blown in, we’ve done the snow angels, snowmen, and snowball fights… now what? With a week of ever increasing inches of snow check out these 5 activities (both indoor and outdoor) we love to do on snow days!

Snow Volcano

For anyone with STEM loving kids:

Ingredients

~2 spoonfuls of baking soda
~1 spoonful of dish soap
~a few drops of food coloring
~1 oz vinegar
~snow
~small plastic container

Instructions

~Take the plastic container and place it on the ground
~Build up snow around the container. Keep the opening of the cup free and pack the snow tightly.
~Add baking soda, dish soap, and food coloring to the container
~Add the vinegar and stand back
~Watch the eruptions!

 

Monster Snow Shoes/Skis

For the imaginative kiddo:

Materials

~Cardboard
~String/Rope
~Hole Punch, Sharpie, Scissors

Instructions

~Take your sharpie and draw the shape you want for your monster feet or draw a ski shape for skis.
~Cut them out and then punch 4 holes for the string.
~Thread the string through the holes to tie to you kid’s shoes.
~Go on adventures in the snow!

 

Snow Painting

For your artistic little one:

Indoor Option
Materials

~Food coloring, paint brush, water, snow, and containers to hold snow and paints

Instructions

~gather snow and put into container
~put a few drops of food coloring and dilute with water
~paint and have fun!

Outdoor Option
Materials

~Food coloring, water, and squeeze bottles

Instructions

Mix water and food coloring in squeeze bottle
Use to paint outside!

 

Snow Vanilla Ice Cream

For your future chef:

Ingredients

~8-12 oz cups fresh, white, new-fallen snow
~10 oz can of sweetened condensed milk
~1 tsp vanilla

Instructions

~Fold snow, condensed milk, and vanilla together
~Enjoy

 

Charades

For warming up those cold bones after playing outside (along side a cup of hot chocolate of course)!

This is such a great way to get the blood pumping to warm up and such a fun game to do with family members of all ages.

*Rachel’s tip*

If you have little ones that can’t read, print pictures of what they will act out, that way they don’t have to show someone to be able to participate. It empowers them to feel like such a big kid!

 

What are your favorite snow day activities?? Drop a comment below!

Join The Little Rock Moms Network Community

Stay up-to-date with what is happening in-and-around The Little Rock Moms Network community with local events, community highlights, and exclusive deals.

Join Our Mailing List!

Get monthly event highlights, exclusive offers, invites & more sent directly to your inbox.

Welcome to Little Rock Moms Network! You have successfully subscribed!