Who said a snowman can't stand on its head? You can break your habits and experiment with the arrangement of snowballs.
Talk about being creative! This game is tons of fun and who said a snowman can’t sand on its head? You can break your habits and experiment with the arrangement of snowballs – and parents, if you are looking to build a normal snowman, let us tell you, it is not a walk in the park!
This game allows your child to mess around with the snowman and place the balls in whatever position they may want to. They might want the head at the bottom and the torso at the top however will the laws of science allow them to do this? Questions will arise, like ‘why can’t that balance on its feet?’ where the responses will allow them to learn the dynamics of balance and physics through the medium of this snow game.
This snow game is the perfect balance between developing creative ability and sparking that scientific flare. As well as messing around with the snowman and shaping it to their will, the biological aspects of the game come into play. The child will understand the three integrals of the body and how, we humans are also split up into these three parts, namely the head, the torso and the legs. The child will produce an interest towards the physics, biology and art of the game as well as developing skills on how to use the mouse towards your needs. They will understand that to use the mouse, a person will need a point of destination and basic visual-motor skills.
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