When we read Snowmen at Night, it starts by talking about how after you build a snowman one day, the next morning it looks droopy. The book then goes on to talk about what snowmen do at night that causes them to droop.
For a fun go-along, we made edible droopy snowmen. Baby B's godmother sent us directions for adorable melted snowmen, and we adapted them to be slipping a bit but not fully melted.
First, you need to melt either white chocolate chips or white candy bark. You spread a little bit onto your plate to make a puddle. Next, roll two doughnut holes in the bark and stack them on your puddle.
Finally, decorate your snowman. We used an orange Mike & Ike for the nose, mini chocolate chips for the eyes and smile, part of a fruit roll-up for the scarf, two mini tootsie rolls for the hat, and pieces of a fruit leather rope for the arms.
Miss M made her snowman all by herself, and I think she did a fantastic job!