Building an Igloo
Building an igloo is not as difficult as it may look. In fact, with a little practice, anyone can build one. The most important part of building an igloo is to have the right materials.
First, you will need a large block of snow. The snow should be packed tightly together so that it will not crumble when you carve it. You can pack the snow by stomping on it or using a snowboard or sled to pack it down.
Once you have a large block of snow, you will need to find a suitable location to build your igloo. The location should be flat and free of obstacles.
Once you have found a suitable location, you will need to mark out a circle in the snow. The circle should be about 10 feet in diameter.
Next, you will need to start carving the snow block into blocks. The blocks should be about 2 feet long and 1 foot wide.
As you carve the blocks, you will need to stack them around the perimeter of the circle you marked out earlier.
Once you have stacked all of the blocks, you will need to pack snow around the outside of the igloo to seal the gaps between the blocks.
Finally, you will need to make a small hole in the top of the igloo for ventilation.
Now, you have successfully built an igloo!