Sunday, December 2, 2018

Activities for Winter--Grab Your Mittens!


 
One of my backyard visitors last January.
 


How To Make Pine Cone Bird Feeders

http://treesandshrubs.about.com/od/topiarybonsai/ht/pineconbirdfeed.htm 

Make ice art--and 11 other ideas
Freeze water colored with food coloring into blocks and other shapes, using ice cube trays, muffin tins, Jell-O molds, and old yogurt containers. (This step is more easily done in your freezer, but you can also try it outdoors.) Then bring your colorful ice blocks outside, along with any natural ice and snow you can collect, to create your own ice sculptures. In sub-freezing temperatures, you can stick the pieces together by dribbling water on them—it should quickly freeze them in place.
http://www.outdoors.org/publications/outdoors/2012/kids/great-outdoor-winter-activities-for-kids.cfm

Animal Tracks in Snow
http://penelopedia.blogspot.com/2009/01/animal-tracks-in-snow.html 

Make Your Own Avalanche 
http://www.parks.state.co.us/SiteCollectionImages/parks/Landing/Kids/CREATE%20AN%20AVALANCHE.pdf 

Snowy Pine Cone Trees 
http://www.parks.state.co.us/SiteCollectionImages/parks/Landing/Kids/SNOWY%20PINE%20CONE%20TREES.pdf 

Winter

It's a great time to play outdoors
Twig tower building, tree planting,
hunting for animal tracks in the mud
or snow...

http://www.naturedetectives.org.uk/winter/

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