Top Five Coolest Toys for a Snow Storm

Top Five Coolest Toys for a Snow Storm

Must have toys to make the most of a snow storm!

  1. Easy. You have to have a sled!

Flexible Flyer Steel Saucer

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Don’t forget your little people!  They want to play too!

Paricon Toddler Boggan Sleds, Red

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2. Snow means snowball fights!

The Ultimate Ideal Multiple Snowball Maker Various Colors For Kids (Colors May Vary)

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or these look awesome!

Snofling Snow Ball Throwing Stick, Colors May Vary(Includes 1 Snofling)

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Check this out and gain an advantage 🙂

How to Win a Snowball Fight

How to Win a Snowball Fight. Always find yourself on the wrong end of a cold snowball? Read on and develop some tactics that’ll make you the winner of precipitation battles. Cover yourself when necessary. Cover is important so using trees…

Having just been in an epic snowball fight, I feel I should mention the need for a shield.

Avengers 2 Age of Ultron Child’s Captain America 12-Inch Shield

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3. Snow means snowmen.

Evelots My Very Own Snowman Kit, 15 Pieces Included

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Remember to have fun! Like these guys did!

How Cold is It? It’s So Cold Even This Snowman is Hitchhiking to Florida!

Source: “How Cold is It? It’s So Cold Even This Snowman is Hitchhiking to Florida!” Neatorama.

4. And when there is plenty, there must be snow forts!

Paricon Snow Castle Kit (20-Inch)

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I found these handy instructions on How To Build A Snow Fort at Instructables!

How to Build a Snow Fort

Early childhood memories often include the satisfaction of playing with a fresh snowfall making snow angels, throwing snow balls, and seeing who could build the larger snowman. If you want to feel a little nostalgic then this Instructable is for you.

5. For your little-frozen artist:

Ideal Sno Toys Sno-Art Kit

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Look what this guy did with his!

Artist Makes Giant Fire and Marshmallow Out of Snow

How creative is this snow sculpture by Schaffer Art Studio! To get the color of the flames and logs the artist used food coloring mixed with water in a spray bottle and ‘spray painted’ the flames and wood on. Still not quite sure how he managed to make such a perfect giant marshmallow on a stick but it is awesome.

There is so much fun to be had but when you live down south like us, it’s often over before you know it. Be prepared, take advantage and then get out there and play!  I’m heading out now!

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