Snow Jewels Winter Play
I have been anxious to make snow jewels for Winter play ever since I first came across them on Pinterest. We actually made this same thing in the Summer and called them ice marbles. Either way, they are easy to make and SO FUN!
Snow Jewels Materials
- Food coloring or liquid watercolors
Add a few drops of food coloring or watercolors to regular party balloons and fill them up with water. Tie them and place them in the freezer for 4-6 hours. Once frozen snip the balloon and remove it. Then head on outside to PLAY
With all the white snow surrounding them snow jewels are so colorful, magical, and fun. Rosie and Jewel loved stacking them, rolling them to color the snow, looking through them, and throwing them
They also loved hunting for them. What could be more fun than a snow jewel treasure hunt?
Just cover the jewels in snow and have kids try to find them
Such a simple and fun way to play in the snow!
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