Frozen Inspired Messy Fun
Disney’s Frozen is still all the rage. Fans love watching the movie and singing the songs over and over again. Plus children can’t get enough of any activity related to the movie. There are so many crafts, games, printables, and hands-on activities out there to keep any fan busy for hours and Frozen inspired messy fun is the best!
If your child loves Frozen and loves to get messy, then I have a great collection of activities for you. From playdough to slime to things that bubble and fizz, you are sure to find something fun for your child!
Frozen Inspired Messy Fun for Kids
What could be more fun than erupting snowballs? Learn~Play~Imagine shows you how to make them from baking soda dough.
With a few simple ingredients and directions from Fun a Day, kids can make royal treasure chests and then have fun using science to “open” them.
Slime is fun and easy to make. Little Bins for Little Hands adds a few sparkles to make it perfect for the Frozen fan.
Growing a Jeweled Rose has an easy recipe for Olaf paint that is lots of fun.
You can make your own Frozen inspired playdough with a little help from Paging Fun Mums.
Have you ever made flubber? Baby Loving Mama has a Frozen inspired flubber tutorial for you.
Are you looking for more slime recipes for your Frozen fan? Then you need to try Learning Through Playing’s winter snowflake slime or this snow slime from Growing a Jeweled Rose.
It takes only 2 ingredients to make this sparkle snow from Paging Fun Mums.
I think we are just about the only family in America that hasn’t watched Frozen, but I’m sure we would still love some of these ideas.
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I have boys, so we’ve only seen it once. 🙂
So many great ideas! I loved making flubber as a kid. In fact, I’m pretty sure it would still be fun now! And erupting snowballs?! That sounds like fun!
I had never heard of making flubber until recently. I can’t wait to try it!
I love these ideas and I love that, for once, I’ve found activities that aren’t gender specific. As a mom of 3 who all love “Frozen,” especially Elsa, it’s so hard to find something that they feel comfortable doing.
I hope you find something fun to do with your children!
Great post — I’m sure that there is a lot of great suggestions for those with younger age children. Thanks for sharing with us!
I hope that little kids would enjoy some of these activities. I may even try a few! 😉
Looks so lovely! I might do this all by myself!
I think I might give some of them a try too, even if my boys don’t want to. 🙂
These are great. I love the messiness angle of it all 🙂
Thanks, Sheila! I thought you might like this post. 😉
I have got to try those erupting snowballs. I think my boys would love those. All of these idea are so much fun. You did a job Cindy!
Thanks, Alli! I can’t wait to try some of those ideas too.
What a fun idea! I love that boys can enjoy this Frozen craft. So many are meant for girls. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks, Deb! I think maybe even big kids would enjoy playing with slime. 🙂
Bookmarking this one! My daughter will insist on making every one of these projects! Thanks for sharing!
I hope she has fun trying them out!
My boys would love this! What’s better than Frozen and messy?!!? Great ideas.
I was thinking of boys when I did this post. These activities are Frozen related, but not “girly”. I hope your boys have fun!