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The snow has fallen in our area of the country and a lot of folks are scrambling for what to do to keep kids entertained.  There are lots of tried and true ways to spend the day (snow men and snowball fights) but there’s only so long you can spend outside.  Let’s mix it up with forts, old school string telephones and playing with the snow indoors.  Yep- indoors and out of the cold.  Or what about some new recipes to use with the snow?

Need some snow day activities in a pinch?  Here are 10 great recipes, activities and games to get you through the day!

1.  Chocolate-Dipped Hot Chocolate Spoons | 2.  Blanket Fort & Family Movie | 3.  I Spy | 4.  Indoor Snow Play | 5.  Snow Ice Cream | 6.  Duck Tape Sleds | 7.  Cherry Vanilla Hot Chocolate | 8.  Rainbow Treasure Hunt | 9.  String Telephone | 10.  Sweet Snow Treats

What’s your favorite snow day activity?

See more fun activities for the kids on our Pinterest board.

    • Melissa

      My husband and some are going to make a snow volcano tomorrow. Hopefully it will work. It looks cool!


    • We made pretzels, did some homeschool (no snow days for them), and played some family games. It’s been fun having snow here in SC ;-)

    • Mistieb

      Thanks Jenny!!! We will be trying the volcano, bringing snow inside, and some of the snow treats I have never heard of before. Like the maple candy, yum!!

    • Boymomma

      I assume the “sting” telephone is a “string” telephone. Although I bet my boys would play with a sting telephone too.

    • misslaughslot

      Snow Cream, as mt mother called it, was always a favorite of mine; she always said to never use the first snow though!