Monday, 29 November 2010

Frozen tree decorations! And it's not even Christmas!

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5 comments:

Debi said...

This looks like a lot of fun. What a great idea! My oldest would certainly love to freeze his lego mini figures! :)

Teacher Tom said...

These are cool, Juliet! We're not as cold as you, but it would still be fun to make them in the freezer and let them melt on the trees until the treasures are free again!

Christie - Childhood 101 said...

What a fabulous idea, Juliet. I have never been so jealous of cold, snowy weather :)

rachelle @ tinkerlab.com said...

Hi Juliet, I just found your blog through Teacher Tom, and I'm so glad to add you to my must-read list. We're spending the week in the snow (2 feet expected tonight!), and this will be such a fun activity for my little one. We did something similar by freezing water in a bundt pan http://tinkerlab.com/2010/12/frozen-wreath/ , and it turned out to be an engaging way to discuss how things freeze (and then melt). I've been thinking about ways to have fun with the snow, and will be pulling out some muffin tins tonight. Cheers!

Kierna C said...

Just found this post, and it's making me wish for winter - can't wait. I have filled latex gloves with water & left outside to freeze overnight before but this is even nicer. Kierna