Another great part of playing in the snow is that the clean-up is a lot easier than playing in the mud. If you do get messy, then follow our stain removal advice and use to wash your clothes. Now that you know how to build a snowman, you should have no excuses for heading out once there’s enough snow on the ground!
For those who want to build their very first snowman and are wondering how to go about it, this is the place to be. Scroll down for step-by-step instructions on how to build a snowman.
The snow finally fell! Last Wednesday morning, we woke to about 2 inches of snow on our front lawn and that is when the excitement began. My boys were ecstatic and wanted to stay home from school to play in the snow. Of course, we had to go to school and I knew that once there, my first graders would be just as thrilled. I decided to put aside my carefully planned activities for the morning and quickly created the necessary pieces for the students to do some snowy writing. I came up with a writing activity called, How to Build a Snowman. My students had so much fun with this activity and learned a great deal about writing directions.
Cold weather and accumulating snow might make for treacherous driving, but for kids (and the young at heart) piles of winter snow provide a winter wonderland of imagination and creation. Often times, making a pleasant addition to the yard in front of can both add to the ambiance of the neighborhood and possibly increase the value of your home. But what if that addition carries a crooked smile and is inherently temporary? One of the enduring icons of the season is winter’s ubiquitous snowman — a favorite of young and old alike; a construction as simple as they come. But a simple construction doesn’t necessarily mean an elementary one. Here’s how to build a snowman that will make be the envy of your neighbors and the coolest on the block: