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Winter Sensory Play: Homemade Snow

December 21st, 2012 | Posted by Angela Roberts in Crafts | Family Fun! | Sensory Play

Today is the first day of winter.  The weather was cool and crisp when we woke up, a very pleasant surprise after the 80 degree weather we have been experiencing!   We live in Florida, experiencing snow is very unlikely, so for the first day of winter we made homemade snow.

Homemade snow is great for sensory play!  The only ingredients that you need to make homemade snow are cornstarch and shaving cream.   I find that the amounts are never exact, but it seems about two boxes of cornstarch and one can of shaving cream result in fabulous white sensory snow!  You can also add a few drops of essential oil or glitter to enhance the sensory experience.

First, pour the cornstarch into a container….. 

Then add the shaving cream gradually and mix….. 

Keep adding shaving cream and mixing until it feels like snow!!

My kids LOVE playing with this.  They have never experienced real snow…..

Snow between toes feels good to Audrey…. 

We went through all of our snow in one afternoon due to numerous snowball fights.

However, if you save yours and it dries out some just add a little shaving cream and your snow will be good as new!

If you enjoyed this post you may enjoy homemade moon sand.  To see more of our sensory play fun please click here.

 

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