DealDash in the Snow – Fun Things to Do

With this week’s snowstorm in Massachusetts, it’s official – winter is truly here. That means it’s time for fun in the snow!

As the winter wonderland unfolds outside our windows, it’s time to bundle up our little snow angels for some frosty fun! If you’re looking for ideas to keep your kids entertained in the snow, you’ve come to the right place. Today, I’m sharing some of my family’s favorite snowy activities that promise laughter, exercise, and a heap of memories. So, let’s dive into a snowy adventure with DealDash by your side.

Building a Snow Family

There’s nothing quite as classic as rolling up snow to create an adorable snow family. This activity is perfect for kids of all ages and encourages creativity and teamwork. Start with the traditional snowman, and then let the kids’ imaginations run wild. How about a snow dog, a snow cat, or even a snow monster? Dress up your snow creations with old hats, scarves, buttons, and carrots for noses. Don’t forget to snap a family photo with your frosty friends!

Snowball Olympics

Who’s ready for some friendly competition? The Snowball Olympics can include a range of activities like a snowball throwing contest, a target challenge, or even a light-hearted snowball fight. Set up different stations in your backyard or a nearby park, and let the games begin. Keep score, or just enjoy the laughter and playful rivalry. It’s a fantastic way to keep the kids active and engaged. Don’t forget to take lots of pictures so you can look back on this day for many years to come.

Snow Art Extravaganza

Unleash your kids’ inner Picassos with a session of snow art. Fill spray bottles with water and a few drops of food coloring, and let the kids paint the snow. They can create everything from giant rainbows to snow murals. This activity is fun and a great way for kids to express their creativity in a big, colorful way. This is a great activity no matter how old your kids are – you can even get into the fun yourself!

If you would like to get some inspiration for your snow art masterpieces, check out Simon Beck‘s website. There are some awesome snow art pieces on there to give you some ideas.

Scavenger Hunt in the Snow

Add a twist to the classic scavenger hunt by taking it to the snowy outdoors. Hide small, waterproof items around your yard or a safe public area, and give the kids a list of things to find. You can even include winter-themed items like a jingle bell or a mini Santa toy. This activity encourages exploration and problem-solving, and the excitement of finding each item is just unbeatable.

DealDash Has Items that are SnOw Fun

Did you get a lot of snow this past week? Or anticipate getting lots of snow in the upcoming months? Well, I’ve got some news for you – DealDash has tons of items that are great for spending time in the snow. On DealDash you will find warm clothing like cashmere sweaters and warm socks as well as snow removal tools like snow blowers. If you are planning on a snowball fight, then you will definitely want to pick up a pair of snow goggles. No matter what kind of activities you are planning on doing in the snow, be sure to visit DealDash first.

Thanks for Reading

Snow days are magical for kids and a wonderful opportunity for family bonding. Whether you’re building a snow family, participating in snowball Olympics, creating snow art, or embarking on a scavenger hunt, these activities are sure to create lasting memories and plenty of giggles. So, dress warmly (in clothing from DealDash!), step into the snowy outdoors, and let the winter adventures begin!

Thanks so much for reading, and stay tuned for more family-friendly fun ideas. Don’t forget to share your snowy day experiences in the comments below. Happy snow day, everyone, and have fun bidding on DealDash!

This sponsored DealDash blog article was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Dawn was compensated for writing this article. Check out Dawn and her cats on Instagram! This blog is written by real DealDash customers. The opinions and advice shared here represent our customers’ views and not those of the company.