- Haskell AKA Forrest Homes park (Alton)
- By the pool/elementary school
- Between primary school maintenance sheds
- Van Preter Park
- Behind Collinsville High School
- Kahok Hill
- Glidden park off Lebanon Road on the left side, close to the bus garage.
- Woodland park
- Jefferson school
- Small hill by the water tower and log cabin off 162 by Bethany Park subdivision
- Miner park in Glen Carbon
- In front of Rendleman Hall at SIUE
- DO NOT SLED AT Leon Corlew Park (hill is a cemetary site)
- The Levy
- cheatuea Island where the old chain of rocks Bridge is that you can walk. As soon as you cross the first bridge over the canal, there is a big sledding spot to the left.
- Highland Country Club (Highland)
- Lindendale Park (Highland)
- Behind Triad High School
- By the senior center has a nice little hill
- Haskell Park (Alton)
- Kutter Park (Cottage Hills)
- Behind the soccer complex/skate park (Wood River)
- St Ellen Mine Park behind the Aldi (O'Fallon)
- Pleasant Ridge (Caseyville)
- Pleasant Ridge Park (Fairview Heights)
- Bent Oak Golf Course
- Lindendale park (Maryville)
- Hidden Valley (Eureka)
- Art hill in forest park (STL)
- Suson Park (STL)
- Crestwood Park (STL)
- Deer Creek Park (Maplewood)
- Sioux Passage Park (Florissant)
- Blanchette Park (St. Charles)
- Legacy Park (Cottleville)
- Faust Park (Chesterfield)
- Queeny Park (Ballwin)
- Bluebird Park (Ellisville)
Fill a water balloon and add a few drops of food coloring. Let them freeze (either outside or in the freezer). Once frozen, pop the balloon and you’re left with a beautiful ice globe in the color of your choice. Take them outside to decorate or play.
Discover with water while spending some time in nature! Attach yarn to small water bottles filled with different colored water and let it drip down the yarn to created mixed color masterpieces. Hang the bottles in an easy to reach place and enjoy observing as the icicles grow!
Freeze water in different ice cube trays and tupperware. Add a few drops of food coloring. Leave them outside to freeze. Pop them out of their containers and get building with colored ice blocks!
Maple syrup snow candy is made with pure maple syrup and snow! First, carefully heat the syrup before pouring it hot into the snow to solidify. Adult supervision and necessary.
One simple recipe is to take sweetened condensed milk, and combine with clean snow. For a bit more excitement, combine 1 cup milk, 1/3 cup sugar, 1 tsp vanilla extract, and 8 cups clean snow. Add food coloring, sprinkles, and fruit as your heart desires!
Give kids aluminum foil, tissues, popsicle sticks, paperclips, pencils, silverware, or other household items. Allow them to plan, design, and engineer a skier that can stand on skis and make it down a ski slope. Gets kids thinking about physics, engineering, elements, and design.