Here are some more great ways to enjoy the snow.
No sled or hill? You just need a laundry basket, dog leash, and enthusiastic person to pull the kids around!
Trying to walk on ice is always entertaining. Just make sure your kids are well padded. She loves the cold weather.
Make an ice wreath. Take a large bowl (a bundt pan works best) and let the kids pick colorful natural objects. My kids picked some of the red leaves that had recently fallen. If you are using a bowl, put a plastic cup with a weight on it in the middle. Fill with water and let sit outside until frozen. A quick dip in hot water will loosen the wreath and then just use ribbon to hang. This makes a great Science experiment also. Does it get bigger or smaller when it freezes? How long does it take to melt? What seems to change the rate of melting (temperature/sun/etc)? The best part is if it melts outside the only thing to clean up is the ribbon.
A ride around the neighborhood is always fun. I love this photo because you can tell we live in an area where people don't go out in the snow.
We observed many icicles hanging from the roof and dripping. Bring in an icicle to feel. Does it melt faster where you are holding it? Can you break it? This is a fun Science experience. We talked about how and why they formed and guessed how long until they would melt or fall off.