Last year my husband and I held a "Snow-a-Palooza" for our grandsons. They made snow angels, had snowball throwing contests and built snowmen . . . or in the case of our middle grandson, a snow octopus!
I had planned to hold another "Snow-a-Palooza" this year, thinking we would have snow again to do so, since we do live in West Michigan, but so far, no snow, so I am beginning to think of ways to hold a "No-Snow-a-Palooza" instead!
Today's "Mystery Bag" involves snow . . . or the "no-snow" ideas I'll include below if you, like me, do not have snow where you live.
You will need . . .
- Paper lunch bags - one per grandchild
- Paper snowflake - if you have snow outside, put a paper snowflake in each of your grandchildren's bags. If you do not have snow outside, skip this and go to the next item.
- Playdoh - one can per grandchild - if you do not have snow available for you to use.
- An invitation to your, "Snow-a-Palooza" or "No-Snow-a-Palooza" - as the case may be.