Tired of bundling up to go outside and play in the snow? Bring the fun inside with these winter sensory snow activities.
This morning we woke up to a dusting of snow on the ground — not like my friends out in Colorado buried in snow! Stay warm and have fun with these snowy winter sensory activities.
Winter Sensory Snow Activities
Give your little ones a snowflake sensory bottle. They’re easy to put together and make great stocking stuffers, too!
There’s loads of activities you can do with an instant potato snow recipe, and for families that are gluten-free, you’re in luck!
Foaming, fizzing and melting snowmen provide loads of sensory fun!
Make snow play dough out of Ivory soap.
Here’s another version of snow dough that uses Ivory soap and toilet paper. Cool!
But you don’t need soap to make snow dough. This snow dough recipe uses common ingredients you’ll find right in your pantry!
Make a batch of snow slime for some glittery, gooey fun.
Your children will love the puffy, squishy feel of this magical puffing snow.
Edible pretend snow is perfect if your kiddos are still in that put-everything-in-your-mouth phase.
For more realistic sensory play, make your own cold snow dough. It only uses two ingredients!
Attach figurines to jar lids, and let your children have some sensory fun while they make snow globes.
Too cold to play outside? Bring snow indoors to fill your sensory bin.
Use construction toys to talk to your kids about the helpers who clear the snow from our roads and walkways.
Shivery snow is cold AND scented. Fun!
Use snow gak to make melted snowmen.
Of course, the real thing is the most fun. Gather up some toy trains to play in the snow.
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