Winter Letter Activity
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We used our magnetic letters in a small patch of snow. Mom hid the letters and the kids went busy finding them. If it’s too cold where you live, it would be easy to modify this activity.
Grab a plastic bin and fill it with snow. Bring the bin indoors and play right on the floor with a towel underneath. Keep warm indoors while the kids scoop snow, find letters, and have fun with playful learning!
Letters in Snow
For more letter learning fun, It was fun to press the letters into the snow (flip them around so they show in the right direction!)
I had Little Guy name the letters as they were pressed into the snow. We then matched the impression letter with the plastic letter by pressing the magnetic letter into the impression in the snow.
We didn’t worry about flipping the letter around. We just pressed the letter right into the snow so that it faced the correct direction and Little Guy could match up the letters.
SO if you’re in a warmer climate, how could you modify this activity? Using shredded paper to simulate snow like we did with our Snowy Farm Sensory Bin, or create your own Sensory Snow for indoor play!
3 thoughts on “Winter Letter Play Activity in Snow”
What a great activity – we did this with numbers last year and looking forward to having snow so we can move onto letters.
Thank you for linking up to Tuesday Tots last week and just letting you know that I will be featuring this over on Rainy Day Mum this week.
Oh wish we had snow here in Queensland, Australia! Might have to try this with sand. Thanks for linking up at Mummy Mondays.
There are so many fun snow ideas around now, but we have no snow! 🙁 Thank you for sharing at After School!
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