I think snow is great, just as long as you have gloves and don’t get turned into a human ice cube!So I decided to write a post on snow, and my absolute favourite things to do when it snows.
10. Just sitting by the fire (if you have one that is) and having hot chocolate. The best and tastiest way to warm you up! TIP: if you can, always use proper hot chocolate instead of powder, because it tastes a lot better! (Or so my mum says, and she’s the queen of hot chocolate!)
9. oh my word!
Think of a word. Go on, think of one. Now think of this word imprinted on the snow. Do you think it looks cool? I think it does, and it’s a fun way of practicing your spelling: Educational and fun!
8. Ice ice baby!
At school we always make our own ice slope; our playground is on a slope, so if we trample down the snow to make it slippy, then run down the first bit, we slide down the rest!
Last year, when I went exploring, I discovered paw prints chasing bird prints!
6. snow angels
This makes you freezing and wet, but it looks pretty when it’s done.
5. doodle, snap, film!
Doodle: Draw a snowy picture.
Snap: take a photo out in the snow.
Film:take a video of things in the snow.(like someone in your family when they don’t realise!)
Not just snowmen, you can make snow rabbits and snow lions… Anything you want!
Having a snowball fight is so much fun, it’s a shame that we get banned from throwing snowballs at school… Of course, that doesn’t stop us throwing them!
I absolutely love to sledge, even if there’s no sledge to ride in (no,I’m not going bonkers, it does work, just not as well)you could use plastic boxes or large trays.
The best thing ever to make in the snow. All you need is lots and lots of snow and a plastic box. Fill the box with snow, then put it upsides down. When you lift the box, you have a snow block! It’s just like making sandcastles. Keep on doing this until you have a wall. Then stack the snow blocks on top of each other, the there you have it, an igloo!