Inside: This collection of winter crafts for preschoolers is pure fun! Perfect for the classroom or the kitchen table, and as part of your winter theme.
As the temperatures are dropping (it’s in the low 30s where I live right now), I am thinking of all the activities I can add to our winter unit!
I found a fun collection of 20 winter crafts for preschoolers that I wanted to share with all of you. Actually, older children would enjoy them, too!
If you are a parent, make a pot of hot cocoa for the kids and settle down at the kitchen table with your kids. Have fun making these winter crafts! (They also work great for play dates!)
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20 Winter Crafts for Preschoolers
1. Trace your child’s hands to make handprint penguins. (Crafty Morning)
2. Make a snowflake from cotton balls. (No Time for Flashcards)
3. Create shimmery frosted pine cones.
4. Cut leftover bubble wrap into circles to create snowmen.
5. Use a cereal box to make a tissue paper snowflake. (Happy Hooligans)
6. Stamp your painted hands on paper several times to make handprint snowflakes. (Mamas Like Me)
7. Drop watercolors onto tissue paper to create colorful snowflakes.
8. Mix together two ingredients to make frosty snowmen.
9. Create stuffed teddy bears out of paper and put them to bed to hibernate.
10. Download a free template and decorate paper mittens. (In the Playroom)
11. If your children have good scissor skills, they can cut their own circles to make a paper snowman. (School Time Snippets)
12. Create shape penguins after downloading free color printables. (Our Homemade Life)
13. Place a white handprint onto paper to make a polar bear. (We Love to Sew)
14. Use one egg carton cup to make an adorable painted penguin. (Kiwi Crate)
15. Put a snowman in the window with this cute winter craft. (Glued to My Crafts)
16. Recycle paper tubes to make a tall snowman. (Craftaholics Anonymous)
17. Turn a bag into a penguin puppet! (Family Education)
18. Use 3 different sizes of circles to make an aerial view snowman. (Tiny Art Room)
19. Make a colorful snowflake out of craft sticks. This is a great fine motor activity, too!
20. You can also make snowflakes out of puzzle pieces and paint them white. (Lisa’s Craft Room)
Looking for more winter ideas? Head on over to my winter Pinterest board!
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