Tips and Tricks : Make fake snow with your children!
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Make fake snow with your children!

A great activity to do with family!

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Winter lovers will be very happy with this great trick. And those who are already crying because they will have to shovel snow, they will be able to bring joy to their heart ... without freezing their fingers!

The fake snow is beautiful to look at and touch. It's no coincidence that it is in so many winter decorations!

To entertain your children or prepare your holiday decorations, here's how to make the perfect snow for decorating or playing. Both young and older children will love to make snowmen and white mountains in the comfort of home!

It's an easy activity to do! See for yourself!

Required material:

- A bowl

- Baking soda

- White hair conditioner

How to do:

  1. Mix 3 cups (750 g) baking soda with 1/2 cup (250 ml) of hair conditioner.
  2. Knead by hand.

Using your hands will help you feel the texture of the snow. If you find that it is too sticky, add more baking soda. If it is too stiff, add hair conditioner. You are going for a fluffy feel that is still moldable.

 

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Other people prefer to use shaving cream instead of hair conditioner for their fake snow recipes, which would make the fake snow cold.

Other possible combinations include cornstarch and shaving cream, baking soda and water, or old coarse sea salt. Use what you have on hand!

You can do many arts and crafts projects with this fake snow. Add silver glitter to give it an icy glow. Try lining a glass jar with fake snow to make your own snow globes. The salt version will probably work better for such a project.

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If you and the children decide to make large batches of baking soda, you can use them indoors or outdoors. But be ready for cleaning!

Tip: For large outdoor play areas, use a plastic tablecloth under the snow container. For indoors, use a baking sheet or newspaper to keep the area clean.

This recipe is really great for people who are not lucky enough to have snow often. We can do it for a party and throw snowballs, for example!

Let your imagination run wild and feel like a child again!

See the whole procedure in this video:

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