20-plus Frozen activities, recipes, science experiments and printables that Elsa and Anna fans will love!
What do you do when you have 4 Frozen-obsessed little girls in your daycare? You think up as many frosty, frozen, icy-themed activities as you can to keep them happy, busy and learning.
I had a lot fun coming up with our Anna and Elsa inspired activities, and each one was a hit with the kids. I’ve rounded them all up here for you, along with a few others that I’ve come across in my internet travels.
All in all, this collection contains over 20 Frozen activities and recipes for you to enjoy with your little Anna and Elsa fans! Have fun!
* Each title is a clickable link which will take you to the activity instructions or recipe.
Melting Elsa’s Frozen Hands – this salt and ice experiment will keep kids busy for ages as they melt Elsa’s icy hands to extract the gems inside.
Frozen Fractals Soup is a fun water play activity for little ones to do outside on a warm day. Scooping and pouring coloured water and ice cubes will keep kids entertained for ages.
Frozen Sensory Bin – Round up some “frozen” themed accessories from the toy room and craft cupboards and set your kids up with a sensory bin to scoop, sift and sort in.
Frozen Clean Mud – This is a “frozen” twist of our traditional clean mud recipe. This clean, squishy dough is made with just toilet paper, soap and water. Add some blue glitter, and you have a delightfully “frozen” sensory experience.
Frozen Fractals Ice Sculptures – Kids will enjoy building structures with coloured ice cubes on a hot summer day.
Other Frozen Activities and Recipes from around the web:
Recipes inspired by Disney’s “Frozen”:
Blue Rock Candy – This icy blue rock candy recipe is easy to make and fun to pop in the loot bags at a kids’ Frozen themed party. – Do It and How
Blue Velvet Cupcakes – Everyone loves red velvet, but how about blue velvet cupcakes for a little one’s Frozen themed birthday part. – Pint Sized Treasures
Frozen Jello Ice Cubes – Make blue jello that looks like Frozen Fractals to accompany cake and ice cream at a birthday party! – Bubbly Nature Creations
Frozen Party Punch – This punch is the perfect drink to serve to Anna and Elsa fans at a Frozen party. – Comfy in the Kitchen
Disney-Inspired “Frozen” Sensory & Science Activities:
Frozen Play Dough – The Imagination Tree always has the best play dough recipes! Frozen fans will love this one.
Frozen Silly Putty – As if silly putty could get any more fun. Well… it can when you put a Frozen spin on it. – Paging Fun Moms
Frozen Erupting Snow – It’s a science experiment and a fun sensory activity for kids who are Frozen fanatics. – Paging Fun Moms
Frozen Vinegar Science Activity – Here’s another fascinating science activity that will thrill toddlers and preschoolers – Inspiration Laboratories
Creative Frozen Play Ideas:
Frozen Paint – Let the kids get creative with some homemade Frozen paint! – Growing A Jewelled Rose
Frozen Story Stones – Decorate stones with your child’s favourite characters and use them as story telling prompts or for narrative play. – Red Ted Art
Frozen Discovery Bottles:
Frozen Chill Bottle – Sensory bottles are fascinating and calming at the best of times, but if you have a child who loves Frozen, this is one will is guaranteed to settle them down quickly. – LalyMom
Frozen Olaf Snowstorm Bottle – Watching Olaf battle a snowstorm in a bottle is guaranteed to mesmerize any toddler or preschooler.- 30 Minute Crafts
Frozen Printable Activities & Colouring Pages – Print these off and keep these Disney printables and colouring pages for quiet time! – Mom Endeavours
Frozen Craft Puppets – Kids can make turn their favourite Frozen characters into puppets with this tutorial from Red Ted Art
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Jackie is a mom, wife, home daycare provider, and the creative spirit behind Happy Hooligans. She specializes in kids’ crafts and activities, easy recipes, and parenting. She began blogging in 2011, and today, Happy Hooligans inspires more than 2 million parents, caregivers and Early Years Professionals all over the globe.