This winter weather calls for some sensory play.
The snow makes everything look beautiful and peaceful. And then your kids wake up. Being snowed in can be tough. Cabin fever is real. Here are some ways to embrace the winter weather with your little ones.
- Play in the snow of course. Bundle up and get outside! Walk around, crunching through the snow, get out the sled, and throw a snowball. Pull the beach toys out of the garage and build a snow castle!
- If you want to keep the snow play low key, put towels down and place some snow on a baking sheet. Throw a hat and mittens on your babe for fun and let her have an indoor snow day
- Hot Chocolate! Cozy up with a cup and share with your little one.
-If you have a wee babe who is solely on breast milk or formula, pour some hot chocolate in a cup, swirl it around and dump it out. You can even wipe out any excess. The cup will still smell like hot chocolate and makes a great sensory toy.
-Pour some cocoa powder on a piece of art paper and spritz it with some water. Edible fingerpaint!
- Snow Day Bubble Bath – who says baths have to be just for getting clean? Play! Blow bubbles in the air and throw some kitchen funnels in the tub. You could even bring some snowballs inside and watch them disappear as you drop them in the bath water.
How do you stay sane when snowed in? What was your favorite thing to do when you were a child and school was closed because of the snow? Comment below!