Snowmen at Night by Caralyn Buehner
and Snowballs by Lois Ehlert
Today's activities included lots of cotton balls & tons of fun!
Activity 1: Snowball S
This activity helped the lil divas review the correct way to write the letter S.
- construction paper
- glue bottle
- cotton balls
Step 1. Trace over S with finger.
Step 2. Trace letter S with marker.
Step 3. Trace over the letter S with glue and cover it with cotton balls to make a "Snowball" S
Snack Idea: Marshmallow Snowmen
- jumbo marshmallows
- chocolate chips (and other assorted small candies of choice if you like)
- Keebler Fudge Stripe cookies (or something like it)
- Fruit Roll Ups Simple Fruit - cut into long rectangular strips (this will be scarf)
Prep: Melt some chocolate. Cut a few marshamallows in half and dip them in the melted chocolate. Let harden for awhile in the refrigerator. This will be the top of the snowmans hat.
Give each child 3 jumbo marshmallows, 2 toothpicks, some chocolate chips or assorted small candies, 1 Keebler Fudge Stripe Cookie, the chocolate covered marshallow and a piece of the fruit roll up.
Insert toothpick into 1 marshmallow
Attach second marshmallow to top of the toothpick
Attach 2nd toothpick to middle marshmallow
Attach top marshmallow to toothpick - now you have the body!
Place fruit roll up around neck as scarf
Attach chocolate chips or small candies to decorate face & buttons of snowman - notice the evidence of her eating the decorations! lol!
Place cookie with shocolate side up on top of the head and add chocolate covered marshmallow on top - this is the hat!
Behold your snowman, then...... ENJOY - Yummy!
Isn't it cute? The girls loved eating it too!
Do you have any cute and quick kid friendly winter themed snacks to share?