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 super cute snowflake crafts for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students to make. These diy snowflakes are fun to make and decorate your home during December, January, and February!

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 super cute snowflake crafts for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students to make. These diy snowflakes are fun to make and decorate your home during December, January, and February!

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! These snowflake crafts are fun to make with toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, and grade 1 students.

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

Try making some snowflake art to celebrate the letter a, b, c, and d with these clever ideas:

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.

Easy Snowflake Crafts

Make some cute snow flake crafts to celebrate your letter of the week with letter e, f, g, and h ideas:

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.

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 super cute snowflake crafts for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students to make. These diy snowflakes are fun to make and decorate your home during December, January, and February!

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?

 

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Winter Activities for Kids

Looking for more fun winter crafts and winter activities for kids of all ages? Don’t miss these winter activity ideas!

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Snowman Printables

Looking for snowman worksheets and educational snowman activity ideas? You will love these resources!

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Winter Printables

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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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