Fun FROZEN Friday

7 Mar


The first attempt at seeing Frozen didn’t go so well!  We went to a pre-screening in 3D.  Ten minutes into the movie we had to leave because my daughter got scared when someone said there was a snow monster that was going to jump out.   Over the Holidays we gave Frozen a second chance, this time not in 3D.  The girls brought their Anna doll they received for Christmas and was able to snuggle up with their grandparents who went with us.  It was a success and they LOVED the movie!  Since seeing the movie and attending Frozen viewing parties, now that it’s On Demand , we’ve done Frozen themed activities and made Frozen themed treats.  Below are a few of our favorites that would be perfect for a Fun Frozen Friday!


Start the afternoon with fun on the floor with Disney Frozen Busy Books from Barnes and Noble.  The girls love setting the scene and pretending the characters are part of their favorite scenes.  They also liking coming up with their own adventures of Elsa and Anna allowing their imaginations to run free.


After playing on the floor, have a dance party to the Frozen Soundtrack, definitely worth purchasing on iTunes.  We listen to it at least once a day, sometimes more.  The girls don’t have the Frozen dress-up clothes (yet) so they make-do with what they have.  My oldest adds a scarf to her Cinderella costume to “keep warm” as she dances through the snow.  They sing, dance, and pretend they are Elsa and Anna.


After the dance party serve “Snowmen for Dinner

A party wouldn’t be complete without something sweet.  Olaf Ice Cream or “Snowflakes Falling on Arendelle” Rice Krispie Treats make a great dessert.

To make one Olaf: Use a Tablespoon and scoop out 3 tablespoons of vanilla ice cream for “Olaf’s” body.  Use 1 orange rainbow sprinkle for the “carrot nose”, 3 white sprinkles for Olaf’s hair.  Use three chocolate chips for the buttons and two for eyes.  Pretzel sticks work great for the arms.  Put back in the freezer until ready to eat.

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To make Snowflakes Falling on Arendelle, follow the directions to make Rice Krispie Treats.  Add a little blue coloring to the melted marshmallows.  After you place rice krispie treats on pan, use a snowflake shaped cookie cutter and cut out shapes.  Use white gel icing to make the snowflake outline on top of treats.


After everyone is ready for bed, snuggle up with popcorn and download Frozen.  Make personal sized by filling Aladdin mason cups.  To add a Frozen touch, download and print the characters here, hole punch them, and tie them around the cups with ribbon.  It’ll be a hit!


For more ideas check out my Frozen Party ideas board on Pinterest!  Have a Fun Frozen Friday!

Disclaimer:  Unless noted, all images and opinions are my own.

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