We had our third snow day of the year today!
Unlike a few nights ago, when it was well below zero, today was much warmer.
The snow that keeps falling is heavy and sticky!
It is perfect for sculpting, rolling snow balls, and building forts.
A question was posed on my Facebook wall today:
"What "tools" do you make available for the children to use?"
I'd love to give her more input, than just my own.
What is your favorite thing to do in the snow? Please join in on the discussion.
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