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What do you do when snow days come? Do you take the day off and send the kids out to play? Do you dive into a snowy unit study? Do you throw your hands up in frustration as the kids start bouncing off the walls because they are cooped up? Join us as we explore ideas, learning activities and fun tips for making the most of your homeschool snow days.
- 101 Snow Day Activities for Kids by Crystal at Triumphant Learning
- 20 Winter Books Perfect for Snow Days by Cindy at Our Journey Westward
- 4 Ways to Have Fun with Snow Indoors by LaToya Edwards
- 4 Ways to Have with Snow When You Live In Florida by LaToya Edwards
- Brrr! Winter Nature Study by Cindy at Our Journey Westward
- Decorating with Snowflakes by Susan Evans
- DIY Board Games by Caitlin at My Little Poppies
- Hot Chocolate Math Investigation: Estimation and Measurement by Bethany at Math Geek Mama
- How to Build a Snow Cave by Susan Evans
- How to Have Fun When You Are Snowed In by Caitlin at My Little Poppies
- How to Homeschool on the Wish It Would Snow Days by Emily at Life at the Table
- How to Spend a Homeschool Snow Day by Jimmie at CurrClick Blog
- How to Wear Your Kids Out in Bad Weather by Caitlin at My Little Poppies
- Indoor & Outdoor Learning Fun For Homeschool Snow Days by Amy at Busy Boys Brigade
- Make Your Own Snow Ice Cream by Caitlin at My Little Poppies
- Make your Own Snowman Stitched Cards by Crystal at Triumphant Learning
- Sneak in some Math Learning on Snow Days by Crystal at Triumphant Learning
- Snow Day Activities for Children by Misty at Finding Joy in the Journey
- Snow Days Make Great Game Days by Cindy at Our Journey Westward
- Snowflake Card by Susan Evans
- Snowflake Funnel Cake by Susan Evans
- Snowflake Symmetry by Crystal at Triumphant Learning
- The Case for Snow Days by Misty at Finding Joy in the Journey
- The Snowy Day: Activities Based on the Book by Caitlin at My Little Poppies
- What Snow Days Mean for Homeschoolers – by Alicia at Investing Love
- Winter Activities for Kids by Tonia at The Sunny Patch
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