THE GREAT HOLIDAY COOKIE SWAP: Bonus Material!! The Great Snowball Soap Adventure!

Ya-ya, the first cookie in The Great Holiday Cookie Swap, actually represents the LAST holiday in the book — Greek Orthodox Christmas. Most Greek Christians celebrate Christmas on December 25th, but many people (including both Greek and Russian Orthodox faiths) celebrate January 7th. It is seen as the day the wise men brought their gifts to the baby Jesus. And by now you may have finished up the other cookies you made during the holidays, so maybe it is time to get baking again! On the other hand, if you are all “cookied out” at this point, you might want to engage in some creativity that does not involve sugar! And I am here for you!

Grab the kids in your life for some great STEM activities today— all you need is a bar of Ivory soap and a few other simple ingredients to do a crazy fun science activity, then play around with some homemade soap dough and finally make your own soap snowballs! For a free download of these activities, perfect for a snow day or a school day, click the link after the photos!

καλά Χριστούγεννα!!

Kourabiedes cookies and soap balls…but which is which?

For free instructions in pdf form just click below:

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