Here are some ideas to get you started.
Watch this amazing TED Talk by Paul Nicklen. You will die laughing as you watch this huge leopard seal try to feed Paul some penguins. My students loved it!
Then test out your own Blubber Glove to see how seals and other mammals survive in Arctic temperatures. All you need is some shortening, some ziplock bags and duct tape. We had so much fun trying this experiment out.
Steve Spangler Science Blubber Gloves
Cut some snowflakes. This is such a great skill to reinforce small motor development.
How to Cut Snowflakes
Make some snowmen snacks.
Olaf the Snowman
Frosty the Bagel
Defrosty the Snowman
Read a snowman book.
Snowmen at Play
Snowmen at Night
Share some Calvin and Hobbs snowmen comics. These are our favorites. My brother-in-law and his kids even created their own snowman crossing this Christmas!
Calvin and Hobbs Snow Art Gallery
Try out some snowman jokes.
What do you get when you cross Frosty with a baker?
Frosty the Dough-man!
Play out in the snow.
Have an indoor snowball fight.
Indoor Snowball Fight Kit
Snuggle with some Hot Cocoa.
Hot Cocoa Bar