Swap out skis for snow boots and aim for a Ziploc® target with snowballs.
- Ziploc® brand large rectangle containers(one for each player)
- 1 Prop each Ziploc® brand large rectangle container up against a sturdy, outdoor surface – like a fence or tree.
- 2 Set the lids on the ground, equally far away from each container, at a good throwing distance.
- 3 Kids play by throwing snowballs into a container, standing behind the lid. Each time they miss, they run a lap (pick a good route before the game begins). The first to fill their container to the top with snow wins.
Turn your living room into a mini arena. No ice rink required.
- 9 Ziploc® brand medium square containers
- Aquarium stones, in two colors (or other small weights)
- 1 To make the curling “stones,” fill four Ziploc® brand medium square containers with one color of fish tank rocks. Fill another four containers with the other colored rocks and press on all the lids.
- 2 Place a lid upside-down in the center of the room as the target.
Players take turns sliding their stones toward the lid. The player with the closest stone or the most stones touching the target wins!
TIPEven kids can use the lids’ easy one press seal to build their own set of curling stones.
Is it possible to fit an entire hockey rink in your freezer? With Ziploc® brand it is!
- 1 Have an adult make a cut half-way around the center of two Ziploc® brand extra small square containers. Use a marker to make the top edge of the container red. Slide the containers onto the short sides of the Ziploc® brand large rectangle container. Draw a black line through the center of the container and glue a small lid in the center of the line.
- 2 Fill the large container with water until the small containers are half full. Put in the freezer overnight or until solid.
- 3 Cut about 2 inches off the end of each craft stick. Glue the shorter piece to the longer piece to make mini hockey sticks. Let dry and reinforce with tape.
- 4 To play, drop the button “puck” in the center of the rink. Two players use the sticks to knock the puck into the small container “goals.”