Being creative with ice
Wrapped up warm, Harry enjoys time outside creating ice scenes and making frozen decorations
it may be tempting to stay indoors during a cold spell, but a drop in temperature can also lead to exhilarating activities. Dressed in his warmest clothes and with the help of an adult, Harry creates shapes from broken-up pieces of puddle ice. He also makes simple castles and structures from pots of water which have been left outside to freeze. Going outside to play on a chilly day creates a sense of adventure as the new frozen world is explored.
Containers of all sizes are part filled with water. Left outside to freeze overnight, they become ice mosaic pieces. Arranged alongside chunks of puddle ice, imaginary scenes are created in the grass. The addition of food colouring before freezing makes a bright contrast.