Crafts for Kids Winter

Snowflake Crafts from A to Z

Cold and wintery weather is the perfect time to stay indoors to get crafty. You’ll be busy all winter long with this list of A to Z snowflake crafts and activities.

Kids will have fun make tons of super cute Snowflake Crafts - we have a different project (or more) for each letter of the alphabet! #snowflakes #craftsforkids #preschool

Snowflake Crafts

There is at least one snowflake craft or activity on this list for every letter of the alphabet. Make a snowflake angel, or a Lego snowflake, or how about a Yoda snowflake!

You’ll find lots of gorgeous paper cut snowflakes, as well as some fun snowflake activities to try with the kids, and even a couple of edible snowflakes. Decorate your home with snowflake crafts and have fun with these hands on snowflake learning ideas.

Snowflake Art

A is for angle and art.

B is for bottle tops, bubble wrap, beads and buttons.

C is for crystals, cupcake cases, and crowns.

D is for drawing and dancer.

E is for eggs.

F is for Frozen, felt, fairy, and frog.

G is for glow in the dark, garlands, gingerbread man, and glitter.

H is for hands, hearts and holes.

I for ice princess, and insects.

J is for jack-o-lanterns.

K is for kites and kittens!

L is for Lego, and lion

M is for marshmallows, moose, and monkey bread.

N is for newspaper, and names.

O is for origami, and owls.

P is for puffy paint, pasta, popsicles sticks and puzzles.

Q is for quilling and Q-tips.

R is for rainbows, rocks, and reindeers.

S is for salt, spinning, straws and stars.

T is for tortillas, and twigs

U is for unicorn

V is for Vader.

W is for watercolors, wax, and wreath.

X is for ‘X marks the spot’.

Y is for yarn and yoda.

Z is for Zelda zoo and zebra.

Snowflake Decorations

This list of A to Z of snowflake crafts and activities will keep you and the kids busy for days! Which ones will you try?

Snowflake Decorations

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Kate

Kate is a former fashion designer turned (semi-reluctant) stay at home mom. She turned to blogging at Homebound But Hopeful as a creative outlet following the birth of her third son. Kate is a life-long learner and bookworm, working to pass on her love of literature to her children.

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