Each snowball will have a story problem inside it. To start the game, each student will start with a snowball and they will get to throw it ONE time. Then they will grab a new snowball that is close to them and solve that story problem on their worksheet. After a few minutes, we will repeat and play again! (My students aren't allowed to throw snowballs at recess, so they will love this game).
Team Builder...Ice Breaker...Party Game...Snowball Fight... Not just for kids.....write 3 things about yourself on a sheet of white paper. No names on the paper. Wad it up and have a "snowball" (or baseball) fight. At the end of 1 minute, everyone grabs the nearest snowball and tries to guess who wrote it.
PRIMARY SINGING TIME IDEA: Snowman game. Use balled up scrap paper to throw as snowballs and different sized tissue boxes to make body.
This gross motor activity would be good for learning letters. Have a bunch of letters taped on the floor, play some music and when the music stops, have the child ID the letter they are on