What fun with real snow! I love it all! Visiting from TGIF! Thanks for sharing! Trinahttp://teachingmyblessings.blogspot.com/
What a fun acitivity! Thanks for sharing!
wow... so much to do with snow!!!! we haven't had any yet sadly :-(
We used food coloring- but never painted snow! Thanks for sharing on The Sunday Showcase!
So much fun with snow!! The snow your son painted is so pretty!!! Thanks for linking up to TGIF! Have a great week,Beth =-)
This is so cool! I love the watercoloring on snow. I never would have guessed it would turn out that pretty! We may actually try this tomorrow. Thanks and please don't forget to link up on Thursday at Thinky Linky Thursday!Lori @ Cachey Mama’s Classroom
All of these fun activities make me wish we had snow down here in the South... Thanks so much for sharing this with our readers on Sharing Saturday.~MiaBwww.mamamiasheart2heart.com
We have only had one good snow and it was 60 degrees a few days later, so it didn't last long. We're waiting for more snow (I'm shocked we haven't had more than a few inches so far) so we can do some color mixing and build a snowman! I love the idea of painting it too!
We have not had snow this year which is always a shame as it is so much fun! Thanks for linking to science sparks fun sparks!
Thanks for linking up to Thinky Linky Thursday!Lori @ Cachey Mama’s Classroom
Love all of these ideas and am going to feature it on The Sunday Showcase!
Thanks for linking up to Science Sunday! This looks like some great activities for snow.
Congrats, this activity has been featured on Cachey Mama's Classroom!Lori
These are such fabulous ideas! I think I may have to "make" some snow to play in!
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I've let my boys take paint outside to color the snow, but I love your idea of bringing the snow in to paint and watching it melt. I can't wait for winter again to try it out!