3-4 sheets of white tissue paper for each of the children
2 buckets

What should be done:

1. Put two pieces of string on the floor approx 120-150 cm apart (reduce or increase this distance depending on the level of development of children).

2. Divide the group into two teams and arrange them in rows behind the individual strings. Place the buckets next to both teams.

3. The first child on the team crushes a piece of tissue paper, creating a "snowball”. Then he puts it in the bucket (to avoid dropping it prematurely!) and runs to the end of the row.

4. In this way, each of the children makes three or four snowballs”.

5. Place both teams in front of the strings, Opposite each other. Team, which will be the first to finish the production of "snowballs”, may be the first to throw. Have the second group take a few steps back, to create an empty space just behind the string lying.

6. Give each of the little ones on the first team three snowballs”. Throwing begins at your signal. Children can throw one after the other or simultaneously. The goal is to throw snowballs” to the other side of the string lying in front of the opposing team.

7. When the little ones are done throwing, all the children are counting out loud, how many snowballs” was in enemy territory.

8. Now the second team is starting to throw.

What else can be done:

Group classes: Talk about snow and its various uses.

Language: Think of different words, which can describe snow. Tell the little ones about the many terms for snow, which function in the Inuit language.

Music: Sing songs about snow and snowmen.


Will it snow??


What should be done:

1. W zachmurzony zimowy dzień poproś dzieci, to try to predict, will it snow?.

2. Pod koniec dnia sporządź tabelę prognoz i oceń ich trafność.

What else can be done:

Plasticity: With bitter salt, make water and black cardboard 'frosty” drawings.