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If you’re lucky to live in parts of the country with snow, you’ll love these fun and entertaining snow and ice activities for kids. But don’t worry, there are ways to enjoy the snow indoors even if you don’t have chilly winters! These 10 snowy activities are sure to keep kids busy and happy during school break and snowy days.

Indoor Snow (via Modern Parents Messy Kids) No snow, no problem – just make your own using two easy ingredients!

Snow Shape Hunt (via I Can Teach My Child) This cool sensory activity helps your child learn shapes while playing with snow at the same time.

Snow Ice Cream (via Ginger Snap Crafts) Gather some clean snow and make a delicious frosted treat with it.

Snow Lanterns (via Little Green Fingers) Make snowballs to illuminate your snowy path when the light falls.

Rainbow Ice Balls (via Craftulate)
Love how this colorful ice activity can be done indoors or outside with real snow!

Outdoor Ice Art Gallery (via Willowday)
How cool is this? Bring your art outside and let your creativity sparkle with these pretty ice art galleries.

Painting Snow (via Happy Hooligans) Kids will love painting snowy masterpieces with this artistic project.

Puffy Paint Snowman (via A Little Delightful) Simulate real snow with this fun shaving cream winter craft. A free printable for the snowman shape is also included.

Alphabet Ice Letters (via Things to Share & Remember) Learn the ABC’s outdoors with these cool colored ice letters.

Snow Volcano (via Growing a Jeweled Rose) Make a snow mound and watch is fizzle, pop and erupt like a volcano!

Check out more creative ideas for kids and fun Winter Science Activities!

Agnes Hsu is a mom of three and has been inspiring parents and kids to get creative with easy activities and family friendly recipes for over 10 years. She shares her love for creative play and kids food to her 2MM+ followers online. Agnes' commitment to playful learning and kindness has not only raised funds for charity but also earned features in prestigious nationwide publications.