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Tons of Fun: Tot School - Mittens Snowball, snowball cold and round behind which mitten can you be found?

RUN DOWN - This game is played with two bases placed about 20 feet apart. Two players are selected to be "it." Each stands on a base, and they toss a soft ball back and forth. The other players divide up between the two bases and take turns trying to "steal" a base--that is, run from one base to the other without being tagged. A player who is tagged becomes "it." This game works for as few as three kids or for quite a few more.

Fun song, rhyme, and fingerplay resources for home or school circle time at any time of the year (especially helpful at the beginning of the school year)

Pinner said: Caterpillar rhythms - I use these at instrument stations - and we relate that each circle with a rhythm on it is one beat - each caterpillar is a measure!

Print Craft Snowball Bowling

Hidden Snowball Game -- spread out the mittens, hide the snowball underneath one, the child tries to guess which one (great for learning colors, but could also add letters, numbers, or shapes to the mittens)

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).

How many snowballs does it take to build a snowman? ESTIMATE and count. NOT an art project!

awesome...I even think you can get the wiffle balls at the dollar store!

This one was called Shovel the Snow. They had put the pile of the snowballs (minimarshmellows again) into the cup using a straw. It was totally quiet in the room! Loved this game!

Teach "cold" and "hot" weather for sensory kids using heating pad and cold pad. Spray mist for rain.

Great winter weather theme for preschool. Play with ice, fake snowball fight, and more!