Cut out large handmade snowflakes and tape to the floor. Add cutouts of “cracked” ice around the snowflakes. Turn on the movie when Elsa starts to sing and belt out “Let it Go,” jumping from snowflake to snowflake on the beat to recreate Elsa’s castle floor. (Photo: Shutterstock)
Pause: Olaf Loves Summer.
Play: Paper Flowers for Olaf.
Kids can make a paper flower bouquet for Olaf using colored crafting paper green floral wire. Cut several circles out of the scrapbook paper. Make circles anywhere from 8” to 4”. Then, use a pencil to draw a spiral from the outside of the circle, into the middle. Cut the spiral out, then start at the outside and roll up the paper into a tight coil. Continue rolling until you get to the center and you’ll start to see something that resembles a flower blossom. Release the coil and use a dab of hot glue in the center to keep the flower in place. Glue the blossom to the flattened end of the floral wire and repeat. Tie all the flowers together with a ribbon. (Photo: Getty Creative)
Pause: Snowman Attacks!
Play: Marshmallow Snowman.
Stack marshmallows together and create edible snowmen. Use toothpicks to hold them together. (Photo: Getty Creative)
Pause: Winter Wonderland
Play: DIY Crystal Curtains.
Replicate Elsa’s winter wonderland at home by making DIY crystal bead curtains. String crystal beads on long clear beading wire. Long strands can be used to create curtains in doorways, a bed canopy or a light-catching ornament in a window. (Photo: Shutterstock)