Winter Kids Craft: Sugar Cube Igloos
Sugar cubes aren't just good for tea and coffee; kids can use them to construct an igloo, ice castle, tower, or anything they can imagine. Forget Legos; on winter days that have you cooped up inside, keep little hands busy building a winter wonderland. In just three steps they can be building away. And if too many sugar cubes get eaten, just consider it fuel for imagination.
Wooden Craft Stick
1) Mix a little water and confectioners sugar together until it forms a paste.
2) Cover the paper plate in the sugar paste, and begin building the first layer of the structure. If you are building an igloo, start with a circular base.
3) Spread a layer of sugar paste over the cubes using the craft stick, and add the next layer of sugar cubes. Repeat to build your masterpiece.
Kids' work is to play. WeeWork is a Mommy Poppins series offering an easy daily activity for grown-ups and children to do together, making kids' work an important part of your day. We aim to inspire together time, creativity and fun using only your imagination and things around the house. You can see all our WeeWork activity posts here.