Winter is fast approaching and it’s a great time of year for crafting with kids! Since most children have school breaks during the winter, these 5 fun winter crafts for kids can help you enjoy quality time with your children and keep the learning going at the same time!
There are plenty of winter craft ideas online, but these are low-cost, easy to make, and require no special equipment at all. Some of these can even be made in five minutes or less!
5 Fun Winter Crafts for Kids
Popsicle Stick Snowflakes
Glue popsicle sticks together in a snowflake “star” shape. Cover them with glue, then sprinkle on glitter, and let dry.
Winter “Snow” Globe
Take an empty baby food jar and fill it with baby oil. Sprinkle in a lot of glitter and stir. Glue a winter-themed figurine to the inside of the jar lid, then screw the lid on tightly. Shake the jar to watch the “snow” fall!
“Snow” Play Dough
Make your own play dough by mixing flour and baby oil together! Add a little oil of peppermint to make it smell wonderful!
Paper snowflakes are a childhood classic! Simply fold a piece of white paper in half lengthwise. Then make your own snowflake designs by cutting shapes into the fold. (Make sure not to cut along the entire fold!) Open up the folded paper to see your snowflake! You can even hang your completed snowflakes on the wall for a little winter decoration.
Cotton Ball Igloos
Learn about igloos by building your own! Kids can take cotton balls and dip them in glue. Then they can place them on construction paper in circular towers to form igloos! Let the cotton balls dry and decorate them if desired.
Do you make any fun winter crafts for kids with your family? Share your ideas and tips for winter crafting in the comments!
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