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Monday
Dec032012

Winter Games

I ran across ThinkingIQ blog on Pinterest and wanted to share some ideas they had for winter games. I never really thought about doing winter games before except maybe if I was hosting a winter kids party but looking over my calendar for the next month I'm not even sure where that would fit in!

The first one is like the game HedBanz (that my kids love) but you make your own winter or Holiday themed cards!

The next post I really liked was a list of Snowball Games

Like the Snowblower game where you race to see who can blow the most "snowballs" into their cup

A snow shovel race is played with cotton balls and a spoon to see who can scoop up the most snowballs without using their hands (they have to put the spoon in their mouth) You could do this with toddlers as well, allowing them to use their hands.

The snowflake race where you race around a racetrack with a paper snowflake on your head trying not to let it fall off.

A lot more ideas on the Thinking IQ blog - these are all great activities for your advent calendars!

If you aren't connected with us on Facebook I thought I'd remind you here to print out your winter/Holiday themed jokes! These are great for lunches, advent calendars, for your kids' friends, or for class parties!

You can print this and the 2nd set of jokes HERE (PDF to download and print)

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