Mar 022018
 

If it’s safe to do so take a measuring tape or ruler and measure the depth of the snow. Check in the morning, afternoon and evening and create a graph of the changes in depth.

Go onto Sumdog and complete maths games.

Snowflake slime, follow this link for a glittery and slimy experience. https://littlebinsforlittlehands.com/winter-snowflake-homemade-slime/

Think up new and different footprint tracks you can create in the snow. Try jumping with your feet together, taking long strides or hopping.

Fill up water balloons with food colouring and cold water. Place them outside and leave them overnight. By morning they should look like giant marbles.

Can you catch a snowflake on your tongue?

Fancy making a snowstorm inside your house? Follow this link for creating your very own indoor snow fun! https://littlebinsforlittlehands.com/winter-snow-storm-in-a-jar-science/

You can also use the previous days activities if you haven’t managed to do them yet.

Enjoy your weekend, see you all on Monday!🧣🧤⛄️

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