As the temperatures have remained sub-freezing this month, we have kept busy and warm indoors. We have celebrated the snowy season with 6 winter crafts so far…
Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?
Our snowman busy box keeps Big M quiet while Lil’ M takes her afternoon nap.
Quick and easy while developing fine motor skills and creativity.
Snow Globe Yourself!
A How To turning your favorite winter image into a snow globe.
The sensory experience of snow without having to bundle up!
Popsicle Stick Snowflakes
Use this winter craft to decorate for the season.
Indoor Felt Snowman
Replace your felt toddler Christmas tree with a snowman!
Happy winter crafting! Which snow-themed craft is your favorite? Share your tips for improvement or photos of your munchkins at play with these ideas on Facebook or Instagram and tag us at @PGPBMeghan.
If you enjoyed this post, you can find all of our Winter crafts on our Winter board on Pinterest.
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Your child can create a virtual snowflake at the following website: Make-a-Flake – A snowflake maker by Barkley Interactive
Younger children may need help with the scissors to be able to turn them and cut the paper. My kindergarteners love this website.
Have lots of winter fun indoors with no cut paper mess!
I am following you from Crafty Moms Share. These are great ideas for winter crafts. My grandson loves to “melt” his snowman. Here is the link: http://www.funathomewithkids.com/2013/12/foaming-dough-recipe-magic-foaming.html?m=1
Thanks for stopping by… And for sharing! My girls would love that!
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