Snow flurries began to fall and they swirled around people’s legs like house cats. It was magical, this snow globe world.” ―Sarah Addison Allen, author







Winter can be a season of adventure and wonder for kids. Duke and Daisy want to help kids discover the many wonders of winter. Duke is also a Winter Wizard and here’s what he discovered.

10 Snow Games for Kids Outside

The age-old snowball fight is only the beginning of fantastic snow games for kids that will engage the whole family in cool winter sports. Besides helping everyone burn healthy calories in winter, these snow games are terribly fun and will push you outdoors in your boots to breathe some fresh air. Goodbye, cabin fever. Hello, snow fun for all ages!

How to Make Frozen Bubbles

Grab your coat and head outside for some fun winter science with the kids. In this post, you will learn how to make beautiful DIY frozen bubbles with our homemade bubble recipe. It’s such an awesome cold-weather activity for kids of all ages!


Brrrrrrr! There’s even a chill of winter in the air here in Florida! This time of the year is short-lived for us, but it doesn’t stop us from diving into a fun winter theme filled with lots of learning. Since we don’t get to witness snow for ourselves, much less major transformations of trees, we take the opportunity to learn about how trees change throughout the seasons. After discovering that many trees lose their leaves as temperatures shift, we extended our learning by creating some winter tree art. The best part about this art activity is getting outside and collecting your materials!

Winter Children’s Books

When they are ready to come indoors to get warm. Duke and Daisy asked a friend who is an expert on kids’ books to recommend some good winter books. Evelyn recommends this link 25 of the Best Winter Books for Kids.



J. A. Kundert

Judy (J.A.) Kundert an awarding winning author of middle-grade fiction and non-fiction books. She is a graduate of Loyola University and earned her Master of Arts Degree from DePaul University and the University of Denver.

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