That hit my wit's end, yes, that Frozen song. I bet every mother in the world could simply sing "Let it go, let it go! I am one with the wind and sky!" effortlessly (complete with hand waving in the air and foot stomping on the floor). I feel you.
Inspired by this Disney movie, we made our frozen hand. Of course we want to be cool like Elsa. So let's see how we made it.
|We used: latex gloves, blue food coloring, Lego mini-figures and water.|
|1. Put a few drops of blue food coloring into a jug of water.|
|2. Put in Lego mini-figures into the gloves.|
|3. Pour some water into the gloves.|
|4. Tie them.|
|5. Write down the names on each hand.|
|6. Place them in the freezer overnight.|
|7. Once froze, it's time to play!|
|8. Remove the gloves from the hands.|
|Most of our frozen hands lost their fingers. Tips: Run the gloved hand under a streaming water, and slide the glove off very gently. But not too much water as it may melt the whole finger.|
|9. Pour some salt onto the frozen hands. See them melting!|
|Iesha was so excited once she saw her Lego head.|
|She seems happy.|
|The cold never bothered me anyway!|