Clothing
Activities
Holidays
Winter animals
Winter problems
100

You wear this to keep your hands warm.

What are gloves?

100

An activity that requires you to wear skiis.

what is skiing?

100

This holiday is on December 25th.

What is Christmas?

100

Shortened ears and thick, white fur are among the physical traits that arctic hares have adapted to survive in the harsh, frozen tundra.

What is a white hare?

100

The cause of slipping and sliding on the highway

What are icy roads?

200

You wear this to keep your head warm.

What is a hat?

200
An activity that requires you to use a snowboard.
What is snowboarding?
200

The day before Christmas.

What is Christmas Eve?

200

The lush white coat of the this animal provides both warmth and camouflage in winter.

What is a fox?

200

You hide this under your pillow hoping for a snow day

What is a spoon?

300
Something you wear to keep your ears warm
What are ear muffs?
300
An activity you do going to a snowy hill.
What is sledding?
300

The day before the first day of January.

What is New Years Eve?

300

It rests on the Arctic ice. Its mother can distinguish it from hundreds of others by scent alone.

What is a seal?

300

When you have too many of these, you have to go to school later in June.

What are snow day?

400
You wear this to keep your upper body warm.
What is a jacket?
400
Another activity you do to go down a snowy hill really fast.
What is tobogganing?
400

The day after the last day of December.

What is New Years?

400

Their flippers are distinctively large, helping them dive deep in the icy ocean. On land, they waddle and toboggan across the ice—sliding on their bellies, and propelling themselves with their flippers.

What is a penguin?

400

In Anne Arundel County, you have 6 hours to do this unless it snows overnight.  Then, you have until 11 am.

What is clear your sidewalks?

500
You wear this to keep your lower body warm as you do winter activities.
What are snow pants?
500
An activity you do after you play in the snow.
Where is the fire place and the hot chocolate?
500

The Jewish holiday that happens in December.

What is Hanukkah?

500

Thick, shaggy fur keeps these animals warm in the harsh Arctic tundra.

What are oxen?

500

These storms must have sustained wind or frequent gusts of 35mph or greater, falling and/or blowing snow reducing visibility to under a quarter mile, and these conditions have to continue for at least three consecutive hours! 

What are blizzards?

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