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Sure, it’s September so there shouldn’t be any snow, right? Why not make some – or at least some snowballs? Here’s a game where kids can make snowballs and have a late summer snowball fight!
- Lots of scrap paper
- Make snowballs by wadding up paper and taping where necessary.
- There should be at least one snowball per child.
- Determine boundaries.
- Pick a designated area as a “snow fort”.
- When play begins, children try to get each out by hitting them with snowballs.
- If a child is hit with a snowball, (s)he must drop and snowballs and run to the snow fort.
- Child may rest at the fort or immediately come right back into the game.
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