Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Snow Slime!

Snow Slime Recipe--this slime is ICY COLD & sparkly white just like fresh fallen snow- Kids can make OOZING snowmen and stretch and pull this faux snow in ways the real stuff could never allow. Such a FUN way to "play in the snow" this Winter!

This fairy winter wonderland small worlds is fun to put together and provides unlimited hours of pretend play. It is also wonderful for developing fine motor skills, the sensory system, and literary skills. Make one with your child today!

Fairy Winter Wonderland Small World

Cotton ball snow fall. Great fine motor activity. Use thin fishing line and not-sharp darning needles. Kids simply "sew" cotton balls along the line. Makes a great door curtain for the classroom!

Thread cotton balls on fishing line to make fake snow garland for winter window display. Would be awesome for our Elf to bring "snow" to our kids rooms!


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Using tweezers to pick up and sort the cotton wool 'snowballs' as a finger-gym, fine motor skills activity. Use counting activity as an extension.

Elsa's Castle. Using foam cups, glass nuggets, tea lights and snowflakes.

Using foam cups, glass nuggets, tea lights and snowflakes. You can also use this to teach group work skills.

Frozen theme small world play from Moorsideprimary.net

Frozen theme small world play - laminated cut outs in small plastic stands, white plastic rather than fabric and real ice cubes.

Can't resist pinning these playdough reindeers too (",)

Can't resist pinning these playdough reindeers too (",)

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