Indoor Neighborhood Snowball Fight

When the temperatures drop and Santa has gone home, it's time for a Neighborhood Snowball Fight!

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When the temperatures drop and Santa has gone home, it’s time for a Neighborhood Snowball Fight!

I have to admit, I don’t live in a neighborhood, but I have plenty of friends that do! If you’ve heard of the Boo Kits for Halloween and seen all the “We’ve been BOO-ed” signs adorning front doors, that’s why I created this fun indoor snowball fight!

When the temperatures drop and Santa has gone home, it's time for a Neighborhood Snowball Fight!

Now I recommend you “hit” your neighbors in January or February, after the hustle and bustle of the holiday season and in my neck of the woods, when things just seem blah. It’s cold. It gets dark early. We’re a bit over the snow. This is a great way to do something fun for the entire family! The whole point of this activity is to get your family involved, to surprise a neighbor or friend and to keep the fun moving from house to house. It’s a great way to get your community involved in a the movement.

When the temperatures drop and Santa has gone home, it's time for a Neighborhood Snowball Fight!

My favorite part of this snowball fight is gathering all of the items to put inside of the kit. This time, I turned to Oriental Trading for help and grabbed lots of goodies to share with my friends.

When the temperatures drop and Santa has gone home, it's time for a Neighborhood Snowball Fight!

How to Make an Indoor Neighborhood Snowball Fight Kit

I tried to include a little bit of everything, tasty treats, gum, crafts and activities to get the family together for some fun.

Materials:

  1. I used an old shoe box and wrapped it with tissue paper. Then the kids added some fun snowflake foam stickers to the front.
  2. Use balled up plastic bags to fill your box or basket if it’s too deep.
  3. Sprinkle some paper bag stuffing onto the top of the plastic bags.
  4. Place the taller items in the back of the box and the smaller ones near the front.
  5. Sneak onto your neighbor’s front porch and leave this fun activity at their front door.

When the temperatures drop and Santa has gone home, it's time for a Neighborhood Snowball Fight!

Now what do you do if YOU get one of these awesome indoor snowball fight kits at your door? You find fun candy, food, and activities to stuff into a bag or box. You download and print a copy of the instructions and you leave it at another friend, neighbor or co-worker’s door! Oh and don’t forget to hang your “We’ve Been Hit” sign so you don’t get hit twice!

Need some more winter activities to try? We have tons!

When the temperatures drop and Santa has gone home, it's time for a Neighborhood Snowball Fight!

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