27 Ways to Play and Learn with ICE

Looking for some ideas for your summer or just for the lovely warm weather you are currently having? I have you covered! Take a look below at 27 ways to play and learn with frozen and ice items in your home with your toddler or preschooler.

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27 Ways to Play and Learn with ICE from PowerfulMothering.com

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Sensory & Skills ice play skillsdevelopment:

Art:Ice play Art

Experiments:ice play science

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Comments

  1. says

    I had never heard of learning activities using ice. There are so many cool ideas here for children to have fun with and learn. Thanks for all this valuable information, I will be trying some of this with my grandson, especially the melting frozen hands.

  2. says

    I loved the ice excavation snack- I’m wondering if that would actually make my three year old WANT to eat something. And the frozen insect paintings looked awesome! I definitely want to try that out- I think my second grade class would love it!
    ~Heather
    The Meek Moose

  3. Karen S, says

    When I think about playing and learning with ice, instinctively my first thoughts are about science. But is a toddler too young to learn those lessons? Perhaps, but thinking about it more, they aren’t too young to lay a foundation in the concepts they will understand better later!

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