I love snowmen. This year my daughter’s winter party theme in her class is snowmen. Guess who came up with that idea. I created a new snowman snowflake craft for kids. I dreamed up this craft last year, but it was toward the end of the season, so I decided to save it for this year. Looking for more snowman ideas? Why don’t you try these: Egg Carton Snowman, Pointillism Snowman, Snowman Cupcakes, Snowman Hot Chocolate, Snowman Marshmallow Dispenser, and Sponge Stamped Snowman Craft. Whew. Yup. I guess I love making snowman things. You are probably wondering what age is appropriate for making this craft. It does depend on the child, but I wouldn’t go younger than 6. With the size of the circles, it takes some pretty small cuts. That said, you could help your younger children with the cut out snowflakes and they can glue and decorate the snowman.
Materials Needed to Make a Snowman Snowflake Craft for Kids
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How to Make a Snowman Snowflake Craft for Kids
- Print out snowman circles printable.
- Cut out circles.
- Fold circles in half, in half again and in half again.
- Cut little triangles and shapes out of the edges to create a snowman.
- Open the circles and glue them to the blue piece of paper with the smallest on top and the largest at the bottom.
- Cut out a black hat and glue it on the head.
- Glue wiggles eyes in place.
- Cut out a small orange triangle and glue it in place.
- Ribbon or paper can be used to make a scarf.
- Use buttons for actual buttons or other accessories.
- Use the glitter glue to make snow falling form the sky and a ground for your snowman.
Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow! Hopefully you’ll be able to get outside to make a real snowman with your kids this winter. If not, this craft will help you celebrate the beauty and fun of the season.