The infants enjoyed lots of fun projects for the month of January including “snow day”, “magic snow painting”, “a snow bucket”, and “a snowman snack”. For Snow Day, each child was able to work on their gross motor skills by crawling/walking into the snow. Their fine motor skills were utilized by feeling the texture of the snow and simply by playing in it. After Snow Day, each child was able to build their own snow bucket with ice cubes and cotton balls. This project excited their sensory skills! The cold yet fuzzy texture was a major hit with our little ones. Once the snow buckets were full, each child enjoyed magic snow art. This project involved white crayons and blue water paper. Each child’s name appearing as they painted was a fun surprise. Lastly, we cannot forget our snowman snack. The snowman was made out of Ritz crackers, cream cheese and raisins. This project was fun weather it was consumed or used as sensory play. Overall, our Snow Day activities were engaging and very fun for our Shorashim Class.