Maybe your kiddos are over “Frozen fever”. Maybe, like many of my preschoolers, they aren’t even close to being over it! I thought it would be fun to put together a theme centered around Frozen activities for kids. This theme would be great to cool down with during the summer, or any time of the year. I’m sure Olaf would be proud!
frozen activities to try this summer
Make cold, glittery ice castles together, and then see who can melt the castles and excavate the jewels! [Fun-A-Day!]
Put together an invitation to build ice castles using colorful wooden blocks. Add some “snow” and some Frozen characters for some pretend play alongside the building. [Fun-A-Day!]
Get into some glittery, foamy Frozen science fun! The kiddos will have a blast exploring chemical reactions that fizz, sparkle, and smell yummy! [Fun-A-Day!]
Give Olaf his own little home by making a snow globe just for him! [MollyMoo]
Create a Frozen-themed play dough experience that doubles as small world play. [The Imagination Tree]
Let the kids help make super sparkly play snow. They can make their own Olaf and grab some other Frozen characters to play in snowy landscapes. [Fun-A-Day!]
Take a break from playing and nibble on some of Sven’s snack mix. Then get back to more fun, of course. [Everyday Savvy]
Make some super glittery Frozen-inspired slime with the children! [Left Brain Craft Brain]
Set up a fun science experiment for the kids and let them melt “Elsa’s hands.” This is certain to keep the little ones playfully learning for some time! [Happy Hooligans]
Play a Frozen party game together while trying not to slip off the snowflake. This would be perfect for one of those days when you can’t go outside. [No Time for Flash Cards]
Create gorgeous icy art together. Experiment and watch how the colors and ice work together to create unique pieces of art. [A Little Pinch of Perfect]
Make, and melt, a magic foaming Olaf! I can see this experiment being recreated over and over and over again! [Fun at Home with Kids]
Whip up, and devour, a dessert trifle inspired by Elsa! It looks absolutely delicious! [Mom Endeavors]
Build shaving cream castles! Knowing some of my preschoolers, this would be a full body experience sure to induce many giggles. [Packed with Fun]
Teach your students how to make fluffly slime in such an enchanting shade of blue. Add some frozen toys and viola – the perfect frozen activity!
So, now it’s time to choose. Which of these awesome Frozen activities would your children want to try first? I’ve tried many on the list already, and I can’t wait to test out more this summer!
Be sure to check out the other amazing summer camp ideas shared by some of my blogging buddies! We wanted to make it a little easier to plan your summer, so I hope you find lots of helpful ideas for you and your kiddos.
Outer Space Theme from Sugar Aunts
Dinosaur Camp Ideas from The Pleasantest Thing
LEGO Summer Camp Ideas from All Done Monkey
Play and Learn with Colors from Still Playing School
Summer Backyard Fun from Where Imagination Grows
Rainforest Theme from JDaniel4’s Mom
Bugs and Butterflies Theme from Rainy Day Mum
Mad Scientist Summer Camp from Little Bins for Little Hands
Spy School Kids’ Activities from Coffee Cups and Crayons
Beach and Ocean Theme from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
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