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Building Snowmen – Indoor Snow Day Activities

Even more Indoor Snow Day Activities for kids, with some snowmen building. With enough snow outside and a poorly T we’ve been playing with the snow indoors a lot this time building mini snowmen, so grab a box go out and collect some snow and get ready to have some indoor snow day activities fun with your kids this winter.

indoor snow day activities for kids

What you need to create a mini snowman building kit

Decorative Pebbles
Children’s Socks
Craft Sticks

Mini Snowman Building for some Indoor Snow Day Activities Fun

With a box of snow collected from in the garden I brought it inside and set it up on a towel on the kitchen floor.

bringing snow indoors


With a snowman building kit put together J and T sat down and started to play with the snow. I love this age with J (3 years and 5 months) he has his own ideas on how things should be and today’s was what was needed to build a snowman – he wanted, stones for eyes, scarf, hat and sticks for the arms we then talked about what we could use to make that and set up our snowmen building kit that way.

mini snowman building kit for indoor snow day activities fun

First making snow balls like they had in our snow bath they both loved the feel of the cold snow on their hands something that when we are outside I try and stop happening as I know that they would get cold so quickly.

snowmen making with toddlers and prechoolers

Once they had made snow balls they started to put together snowmen adding two balls together and then placing on decorative snows for eyes and folded over socks to the head to make a hat.

indoor snow day activities for kids

When the kids had finished with the snow I was able to put the box back outside and then we’ve brought it inside for more fun with the freezing temperatures that we have been having.

How successful are your toddlers and preschoolers at building snowmen?

Cerys Parker

Cerys is a marine biologist, environmental educator, teacher, mum, and home educator from the UK. She loves getting creative, whether it is with simple and easy crafts and ideas, activities to make learning fun, or delicious recipes that you and your kids can cook together you'll find them all shared here on Rainy Day Mum.


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