Tapping on my little girl’s interest in the movie hit Frozen, I have decided to capitalise on that to come up with different sensorial and learning activities based on that.
One of my favourite activities is to come up with a snow globe, based on the theme of snow and winter throughout.
The shimmering magic of snowfall is always transfixing, whether s it winter or not for your season.
These globes allow your child to create a wintry scene straight out of their own imagination.
To make the snow globe, you simply need:
1. Recycled glass jars
2. Figurines of the characters/ stickers
3. Glitter, sequins, little buttons
4. Distilled water
5. Glycerin (optional)
Recycle your jars from the baby food, jam jars, or buy a cheap one from Daiso.
Simply choose your favourite figurines and glue them on the jar lids securely.
Add the distilled water and a little glycerin to prevent the flakes from falling too quickly.
Then add the shimmer glitter, sequins or white ‘snow’ to create the snowy effect.
Secure the lid tightly and close the jar. Turn it upside down repeatedly and let it snow!