For those little Frozen fans that would still love to re-watch and re-enact the movie over and over, mix it up a bit with some indoor winter sensory play.
Frozen-Themed Indoor Winter Activities
Get out the sand castle molds, and make some ice castles instead! Inspire your little artist with beautiful Frozen fractals ice art (A Little Pinch of Perfect) and Frozen inspired ice chalk (Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails).
Make a play dough Elsa castle with this gorgeous DIY Frozen-themed play dough kit (mama.papa.bubba.), put together an Olaf play dough kit (Clare’s Little Tots), or give a Frozen playdough gift (Teach Me Mommy).
LOVE this indoor “Frozen” invitation to play from B-Inspired Mama.
If you have a little girl’s birthday coming up, throw her an awesome Frozen-themed party (It’s A Long Story). Choose some of these brilliant Frozen-themed birthday party activities (The Realistic Mama), and don’t forget a magical Elsa cake (Red Ted Art), or any of these other amazing Frozen cakes! (In The Playroom)
Imaginative play takes flight with Frozen sensory small world play (Munchkin and Bean) and Frozen egg box snow world (In the Playroom). Build Elsa’s ice castle with sugar cubes and sparkly things (Left Brain Craft Brain) or via this cute DIY (Childhood 101), or construct the castle of Arendelle (Learning 2 Walk) and fill it with adorable DIY Frozen peg people (You Clever Monkey). You can even paint your own Frozen puppets (Sunshine and Hurricanes) or craft these super-cute Frozen story stones (Red Ted Art).
Do your children love to dress up like Frozen characters? Make a DIY Elsa cape (Family Days Tried & Tested) or paper dress (Playtivities), and a crown (KidsChaos.com) or Frozen-themed Anna or Elsa hat (Your Modern Family).
For some more brilliant sensory play, make a Frozen-themed winter sensory bin (Learning 2 Walk) or portable sensory bin based on Olaf’s summer dream (Epic Fun for Kids). We LOVE this easy Frozen-themed winter slime (Little Bins for Little Hands) and DIY snow gel (My Little 3 and Me), and how cool is this Frozen erupting snow?! (Paging Fun Mums)
Since your kiddos are sure to be hungry after all those awesome Frozen activities, make sure you whip up some Frozen-inspired shortbread cookies (Mom vs. the Boys) or preschooler-made Frozen jello! (Learning 2 Walk)