Prioritize top to bottom with the moves that clear the most bubbles and making power ups.
You have 48 clears to make in 30 moves. Usually, with bubbles, that isn’t too bad, but on this level, the shape of the board makes the singles on the edge harder to clear. Don’t worry too much about the eggs. Make sure you make each move clear as many bubbles as possible. Even with that you’ll still need some luck to get through.
You’re likely going to have to make a couple of moves to position like-colored blocks next to bricks to clear them. Once you clear a few blocks (hopefully up higher), you should be able to get some power-ups. Clear torpedo-making block combos above the toys on the chance that you’ll get a vertical one that will clear the toy. Otherwise, torpedo-torpedo or torpedo-TNT combos will help clear a pathway for the toys.
Contain the ice either by making clearing blocks next to it a priority or by blocking out with the piggy banks. Be sure to clear the ice from top to bottom as much as possible, so that you have more possible block combinations that will help avoid losing ground.
Start with moves up top that clear the most blocks/eggs at a time. Hopefully you can get a horizontal torpedo to clear the bricks. Always be pairing them if you can’t get one going in the right direction. You have 27 eggs to clear and 18 bricks even before you get to the bottom. The wider the swath you can clear, the better.