Oct 31

Fantastic Winter Fun Stomping in the Snow

Snow and Winter are about to make their appearance, can you see yourself stomping in the Snow?

Hopefully, you can imagine the fun that can be had in the winter months, rather than the cold.  Winter is with us for at least two to three months.  It’s time to learn to make the best out of it and have fun.

snow stompers, tobogganing, winter fun

Fresh Snow, a Great Time to Play

Toys for Snow

I can’t imagine more fun than these “SNOW STOMPERS”!

Ideal Sno-Stompers Strap-On Animal Snow Print Shoes, Assorted Bear and Dinosaur Print Molds

Strap these onto your boots to make whatever time you spend outdoors the most fun you can have.  Kids will absolutely have a blast pretending that they are dinosaurs or bears! They just need to look back at the tracks they leave left behind.

Snow Stompers will give the children in your house a reason to go outdoors. Stomping through the snow  and  leaving funny footprints behind is fun.  Playing in the winter snows is fun and this just adds some excitement for them.

Can you imagine the looks people will have?   They will find bear or dinosaur footprints on their walks past your home.  Better yet, if they have their own Snow Stompers, there could be a herd of dinosaurs or bears in your neighborhood.

Sledding or Toboggans, Great Fun.

Take them to the local school grounds, let the kids go wild with their Stompers.  Running through the playground, leaving tracks wherever they go will have other children wondering what is happening.  What fun, especially after a fresh snowfall.

Lucky Bums Snow Kids Toboggan Sled, 35-Inch, Red
Dragging them to the park or school grounds with their Snow stompers attached to their boots will be child’s play with this easy glide toboggan. Then, you get to your destination and let the animals (children) run. No tracks lead to the park or school grounds, yet there in the middle of the fresh snow are tracks that will have everyone wondering. What great fun for the winter time!

Fantastic Winter Fun Stomping in the Snow
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Fantastic Winter Fun Stomping in the Snow
Winter doesn't have to be a time to stay inside, let's get out and enjoy the snow and the fresh air. Snow stompers on the children's feet will add to the fun.
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Grammie O's Newsletter
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  1. Sheila Jo

    These stompers look like great fun on a snow day! I can’t walk through the yard without my dad’s dog following, so my footprints would look like a dinosaur walking her dog…

    1. GrammieOlivia

      That would be so much fun Sheila Jo, can you just see the neighbor’s reaction to those footprints? I imagine they would be laughing for sure. Thank you for your visit.

  2. Barbara Radisavljevic

    I didn’t grow up with snow, so when we got rare chances to see it on mountain retreats we embraced those opportunities. I didn’t feel the same way as a newlywed in a December blizzard in Illinois. I no longer longed to be in snow. But I can see why kids love it. It is a sensory experience — especially when it falls gently to the ground.

    1. GrammieOlivia

      I can imagine that you would not be so thrilled when it just keeps coming down without any hope of let up. We get that every winter, and while I like the first snowfall, after that I’m not impressed either.

  3. Cynthia

    I think all children love playing in the snow. Even those of use who are still children at heart. The snow print shoes would be lots of fun and any kid would love the toboggan sled!

    1. GrammieOlivia

      Aren’t they great? I’d love a pair myself, just think about a dragon in my area. People would be astounded and perplexed.

  4. Susan

    We don’t get much snow where we live. If we did, though, I’d probably have to have those snow stompers on hand. What a clever way to have fun in the snow!

    1. GrammieOlivia

      I bet they could be used in the sand too! Wherever tracks could be make these would work pretty well I think!

  5. Wednesday Elf

    What fun SNOW toys for kids! Gives me some ideas for my snow-bound grandsons who live where winter happens!

    1. GrammieOlivia

      If they live where the snow flies, they will love these track makers…..that would be so much fun.

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