1. Giant color ice Marbles: Fill balloons with colored water tie up and leave outside for freezing over night. The next morning cut off balloon part to leave big marble looking ice balls to decorate your yard in. (Source: http://queenvanna.wordpress.com/2012/02/01/ice-ballons/)
  2. Homemade Snow Globe with small Mason Jar. (Source: http://blog.modcloth.com/2011/12/23/let-it-snow-globe-how-to-make-your-own-diy-snow-globe/)
  3. Water Color the Snow: Fill bottles with different waters colored with food dye, walk outside and paint the snow with them. (Source: http://reallyquitelucky.blogspot.com/2010/01/kid-activity-for-snow-days.html)
  4. Make a Monstrous Blanket Fort. (Source: http://www.themotherhuddle.com/build-your-own-elephant-sized-fort/)
  5. Snow Man Pizza: Perfect for a fun lunch. (Source: http://deliacreates.blogspot.com/2011/01/snowman-pizza-and-dough-recipe.html)
  6. Dress up your kids like Snow men with Toilet paper: Wrap them up like a mummy and use other small items to decorate them for buttons, or top hat. (Source: http://www.heraldextra.com/momclick/activities/snow-kidding-celebrate-a-winter-birthday-or-just-liven-up/article_c36ab7ca-490f-11e1-a79f-001871e3ce6c.html)
  7. The Laughing Tissue Game:  Take one sheet of tissue paper. Hold it high in the air. Tell the children that they may laugh as loud and as hard as they want while the tissue is floating to the ground. Once it does hit the ground everyone must STOP and stay absolutely silent. The longer you try to stay quiet the harder it is to not laugh. You may make faces at one another to laugh.
  8. Paint your nails in crazy colors! (Source: http://thebeautythesis.com/2012/10/31/dab-some-powder-pigment-like-eye-shadow-above-the-cuticle-before-the-polish-dries-and-blow-the-color-onto-the-nail-apply-a-top-coat/)
  9. Dress Up Ball: Turn on music have your little ones dress up in their Sunday best or favorite princess costume and even teach them small dances like promenade, or swing. (Source: http://www.momtastic.com/parenting/activities/174321-5-indoor-games-for-kids?start=2)
  10. Melt your favorite crayon colors together in the oven to make new ones! (Source: http://www.makeandtakes.com/recycled-chunky-crayons)

 

 

Thanks, FleeceforFun.com

 

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