Living in Ohio we get a little snow every now and then enough that we should be used to the fluffy white stuff. Yesterday our weather forecasters were making everyone think a Blizzard was headed our way with the potential of 2-6 inches. So I ran out got my bread and milk from the grocery to make it through this snow storm. Only kidding but many Ohioans do flip out when a little snow is headed our way and empty the shelves and fill their carts like they will be snowed in for weeks. My friends in real cold weather and snow states are probably still walking their children to school and playing outside for recess mean while we have a SNOW DAY! I can remember my excitement as a child when we would get the call of NO SCHOOL and my mom always had a fun day of activities to keep us entertained and our minds still learning. A friend of mine Kerry (she is always has great ideas) shared with me a tradition that she did as a child and now they have made it a tradition with their children when a Snow Day is in order. I had never made Snow Cream but thought it was the perfect way to start off the day. My kids love to cook and this was a great way to practice measuring, reading, math and have fun all at the same time. We enjoyed fresh Snow Ice Cream just after breakfast and I must say it was Delightfully Delicious.