Dear Tweens, Are you too old to play in the snow, or can you still make the occasional snow angel here and there?
I say there is no age limit. Some kids like to go outside and make snow angels. Some kids do not want to. They don’t want to go outside. They don’t want to get cold and wet and, worse, have the bitter cold biting their face and skin. But for the ones who do not mind it, I say, go outside and enjoy yourself!
No way! I love playing in the snow with my friends and sledding down a snowy, icy hill at top speed. It always feels great to play outside for a few hours and then come in for a warm lunch. I don’t think I will ever be too old to play in the snow.
I don’t think I’m too old to play in the snow. Playing in the snow is not just a kid thing. All ages can play. My brother is 15, and he still plays in the snow. For me, making the occasional snow angel is fine as long as you could get up. Playing in the snow is a privilege. When you get older, like 50 or 60, you can’t really make snow angels. Older people might not be able to get up once they’re done. (Teacher’s note: Mrs. Heath is going to prove this wrong over vacation!) They are afraid of breaking something.
Am I too old to play in the snow? Never. I love the snow. I don’t think anyone is too old to have fun in the snow. My grandfather who has come from Scotland plays in the snow. I don’t care who you are – anyone can find time to play in the snow.
To me, playing in the snow is lots of fun. There are lots of different ways to play in the snow. You can make snowmen or have a snowball fight. In my point of view, you’re never too old to play in the snow.
My favorite thing to do is play in the snow with my niece. She has so much fun! That’s my favorite thing to do in the snow.
Snow is more exciting when you are a kid. I don’t think it’s as fun in middle school because there are more fun things to do. Snow does excite some middle schoolers, but not me. I only enjoy playing in the snow once in a while. I don’t do it much. Sometimes I enjoy making snow angels. It’s something I did all the time as a kid and it’s a childhood memory I will never forget.