Spend The Day In Arendelle With Anna and Elsa
Olaf-approved activities, snacks, and crafts for a "Frozen" day worth melting for.
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Get ready to have a full day in Arendelle with Anna and Elsa! Spend the day in the Frozen universe and relive your favorite moments from the movies with these activities, crafts, and recipes.
Before you make your way to Arendelle, you’ll need to have the proper attire and accessories. Pick out your best princess dress or choose an outfit that will keep you nice and warm. Once you're properly dressed, head on over to the Disney Style YouTube page and learn how to do Elsa’s textured french braid. If you’re looking to go with a style similar to Anna’s, check out this video guide to the double back braid from Cute Girls Hairstyle.
The Main Attraction
Now that you’re all set for your trip to Arendelle, it’s time for the main attraction. Dim the lights, find a comfy seat on the couch, and fire up Frozen on Disney+. Watching the movie in the comfort of your own home means you can sing “Let It Go” as loud as you want.
If you’ve seen Frozen a million times and want to challenge yourself when you watch the movie, head on over to The Pickled Procrastinator’s blog and print out their Frozen movie scavenger hunt challenge. To do the scavenger hunt, you’ll have to pay extra attention to the movie. If you just want to watch the movie without answering the questions, save them until the end and see how many answers you can remember.
When the movie is over, take a little break and prep some snacks for the double feature of Frozen 2. To keep everyone in the Arendelle spirit, go to Spotify and hit play on this “Frozen” playlist. This will be the perfect background music while you make a few Frozen-themed snacks.
If you’re craving something sweet, whip up a batch of “Frozen” Dipped Oreos from food blogger Devour Dinner. The Oreos get a little makeover with some white chocolate candy melts and “Frozen”-themed sprinkles. Or, for something more bite-size, try Hip2Save’s “Frozen”-themed muddy buddies. Both snacks are easy and fun to make, and they’ll allow everyone to get involved.
Do You Want to Build a Snowman?
Want to build a snowman? Head over to The Purple Pumpkin Blog to print out your own Olaf and build him out of paper. Alternatively, Simple Everyday Mom has a creative guide to help you build Olaf out of an extra toilet paper roll.
Olaf also makes for a tasty treat, and kids will have a blast recreating his “In Summer” song as a Jello snack by following this guide from Kid Friendly Things To Do. The snack, which is more like a craft project, will take a little time but is worth the wait.
Looking for a Frozen-themed craft that’s a little more hands-on? Try this snow dough craft from Growing A Jeweled Rose. The dough is made using cornstarch and lotion, providing for a very tactical craft. Once you’ve got the base down, you can add in glitter and beads for a sparkling snow effect, just like the snow in the Enchanted Forest.
Grab those snacks and head back to the couch to continue your adventure in Arendelle with Frozen 2. If you’ve seen the movie before and want a little activity to do while Elsa and Anna explore the Enchanted Forest, try these printable coloring pages from Mom Endeavors. If not, just sit back and enjoy the show!
Keep the Magic Alive with an Act of True Love
The magic of Arendelle doesn't have to stop once the movies are over. You can recreate Arendelle in your own home with the Disney Frozen 2 Pop-Up Arendelle Castle and Disney Frozen 2 Adventures Collection Small Doll Playset, or settle in for a Frozen storytime and sing-along with the Frozen Toniebox player.
You can also keep all of the magic in the family and have an “act of true love” with a family game night. The Frozen 2 Monopoly set puts a fun twist on the classic game and is the perfect way to end your day in Arendelle.
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