Frigid temperature and lots of fluffy flurries make for some great snowmen weather … but when the temps are too low and the snow isn’t right for packing the next best thing is reading books about snowmen!
Last year I was one of 3 room moms for my son’s 1st grade class room, here’s the wonderfully wintery class party we put together! There were 8 stations for the kids to go through. There were
I haven’t lived anywhere else than Michigan, so SNOW has always been a part of my life (at least for 1/4 of the year!). Unlike many others, I really enjoy snow (except driving in a lot of
I saw this fabulous idea from Pink and Green Mama on how to turn a paint stick into a super cute Snowman Snow Measurer. We finally had a chance to give it a try. I took a
My daughter, Honor, wanted to go out and make a snowman. However, (epic momma fail) the snow pants that I ordered for her (way too late) had not come in yet. And it was WAY too cold
‘Tis the Season … to make sure you send out your Thank-you notes! And having your kids take part is very important. Since my kids were old enough to scribble I made sure that they had a
Here’s a fun and simple treat! A Snowman sundae … 3 small scoops of vanilla ice cream mini chocolate chips for eyes, mouth, & buttons one piece of candy corn for the nose 2 toothpicks for the
Isn’t he cute? We haven’t had a lot of snow around here until the last day or so, but earlier in the month my son, Henry (age 5), and I made this one. I just took
My son, Henry’s kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Walch, comes up with AMAZING projects/assignments/activities for both at school and for “homework”. Each month she assigns a family project; and this month the assignment was to make a Snowman Glyph.