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  • Mandi Farmer

    Cold Snowball Game Play the "hot potato" game with a fake snowball piece of white paper) and have children pretend that the snowball is really cold. (Or use a shaved ice snowball to make it real.) Tell children to pass the cold snowball around in the circle while playing music. Stop the music at random intervals. When the song is stopped, the child holding the cold snowball is out of the game. This continues until there is one remaining child.

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