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9 Snow-Themed Crafts and Activities

by Lindsay Hutton

Does your child have the winter blues? Bust his cabin-fever by having a little fun with snow. Create some wintry crafts and make some goodies that incorporate that fluffy white stuff we all love this time of year.

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Create a Snow Journal


Kids are naturally drawn to snow, so why not make it a learning activity? Take your kids outside with a magnifying glass to examine snowflakes, and then talk about the differences and uniqueness of each one. Kids can create a snow journal to help them analyze their discoveries.

Get more information about the science of snow.

Next: Torn-Paper Snow Pictures

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