- Snow Cream: If it's going to snow, get your large bowls ready! It's time to make ice cream from snow!
- Ice Cream In a Bag. My kids don't care if it's below freezing, they're always up for ice cream. If you don't have enough snow to make Snow Cream, you can still make your own ice cream. For a healthier version try my banana and strawberry recipe!
- Snowman Snack Cups. These could work as a craft too!
- Tortilla Snowflakes. Instead of going out in the cold to catch snowflakes on your tongue, try these tortilla snowflakes!
- Snowman on A Stick.
- My Oatmeal Recipe. For those cold mornings when you want to warm up.
- Edible Igloo: an edible craft!
- Paper Snowflakes. It's a time tested fun activity!
- Cottonball Snowman.
- Golfball Snowman.
- Toilet Paper Roll Penguin (it would be easy to make a TP roll snowman too!).
- Snowman Coloring Page.
- Snowman magnets.
- Potato Stamps.
- Bird Feeders.
- Easy Icicles. I used to love finding icicles when I was a kid. I would always look for the biggest ones. I have no idea why, now that I'm an adult. If your kids love icicles too, this is a fun craft. It's easy but a little messy because of the glitter.
- Pinecone Firestarters. One of our favorite things about fall and winter is sitting around the fire. These definitely need parent supervision to make!
- Winter World Find.
- Are Snowflakes Really All Different? Examine snowflakes!
- Frozen bubbles. When it is extremely cold, this is a fun experiment to try. Slowly blow bubbles and try to catch them on the wand without popping them. It took us a few tries, but we managed to catch a few. After a couple minutes, the bubbles would freeze and you could lightly touch them or pull them apart.
- Make a snowman!
- Indoor Fishing. Keep them busy with paper fish and fishing rods made from dowel rods!
- Ice Bowling. Water, a balloon, and some water bottles are all you need to make your own bowling set!
- Indoor Camping!
- Make your own frozen icicles.