There are lots of things to do with and in the snow, however. My very favorite thing is to take a black cloth and a magnifying glass outside and catch snowflakes to look at their amazing shapes. For my post on how I did this and some great snowflake links, check here.
|snow ice cream and blackberry cobbler|
For little ones who would probably get buried up if they tried to go out and play in this snow, my blog on Winter Wiggle Breaks might be just the thing for some active inside fun.
offered links to them in this blog. I also made paper stars for our Christmas tree one year--need to do this again. You can find the directions and my photos here.
built this one in 2009, and it was a pretty sturdy little place.
Have fun, enjoy the inside time and some outside time, do some cooking, make some crafts, read some good books, and most of all, appreciate the opportunity to take a break from routine!
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