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Build The Castle of Arendelle

The Frozen bug has finally struck our house and you know what, it feels great!! I love hearing J’s little voice singing the songs and seeing C (my 1 year old son) bust a move and sadly, watching my husband belt out “Let it go”. What can I say we are a dorky family. Courtesy of this movie, I decided that I would do a Frozen preschool lesson plan for J this week and Jennifer from Study at Home Mama is joining in on the fun. Let’s walk.

build the castle of Arendelle- frozen preschool lesson plan
What good is a lesson plan if you don’t work towards the strengths of your student? J loves building and stacking. She builds with blocks, shoes, and unfortunately our glass cups.Naturally, I figured it would be perfect to take J’s love of building to a new level. What did we do? We built the castle of Arendelle with ice and Duplos and snow. Oh yeah- preschool engineering Frozen style. (I did mention that I am a dork at heart)

What You Need

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Light Blue Mega Blocks
Ice trays (2)
-White ice cubes
-Blue ice cubes
-Bin( container to house everything)
-Snow (optional)


build the castle of Arendelle- a frozen preschool lesson plan
In order to get blue ice cubes, simply add a drop of blue food colouring to each section of the ice tray and then freeze.

Grab enough snow in your bin as a base and place your Duplos as well as ice cubes in the bin. Allow your preschooler to explore different ways to build their castle.

This is what ours looked like:

build the castle of arendelle- a frozen engineering preschool lesson plan

If you enjoyed this post, check out our Frozen inspired jello as well as our Frozen winter sensory bin. Thanks for walking with me and don’t forget to check out the rest of the week’s Frozen:Disney preschool lesson plan and scan our joint Pinterest board for more ideas.

frozen themed winter sensory bin preschool sensory activities          Frozen Jello- preschool sensory activities

Follow Jennifer’s board Disney Preschool Lesson Plans on Pinterest.



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