First The Picture: Pull out a map, globe or atlas and find all of the areas that have snow during some time of the year. Don’t forget the southern hemisphere, their snow may come in different months than ours, but they can still have snow sometimes.
Second The Question: What is your winter weather like? Do you have snow where you live? Does it come often? How long does it stay? How do people deal with it; on streets, in their driveways and for school days? How much do you need to get to call a snow day? What do animals in your area do to prepare for the winter? What do you enjoy doing out in the cold?
Third Next Step: Spend some time outdoors this week. Take a walk or try a fun winter specific activity like: skating, cross country skiing, sledding or build a snow fort. One fun, easy thing to do in the snow is: Paint snow! You can: write a message, decorate a snow creation, build a huge shamrock for St. Patrick’s Day or create a colorful snowman or woman. It is simple..fill a clean spray container with water and add a few drops of food coloring. Make a variety of different colors. Then spray the snow…You no longer need to beware of the YELLOW snow if you create it this way! Have fun, be creative, Enjoy
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