It’s another week of Playtime!! Every Wednesday afternoon we feature a link-up party where bloggers around the world add their favorite kid activities. Take a trip down memory lane and check out the winter kids feature from last year – 13 Winter Activities. This year we have another 10…
Winter Crafts for Kids
Here are some super easy instructions on how to make a six-pointed paper snowflake – the blog post includes a video tutorial.
Have you seen those snowflake garlands on Pinterest? We have! Here are some ideas on how to create your own fall of flakes to decorate your home.
Don’t have snow to sled in? Make your own sleigh for inside play! This cardboard box sled looks like a jolly ride.
It is amazing what glitter and contact paper can create with kids! We love these sparkly snowflakes.
Explore geometry with your kids by creating “snowflakes” with objects around the house – this winter activity used Q-tips.
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Make a snowflake out of leftover wrapping paper – a fun rainy day kids activity.
Don’t have any snow? We rarely do here in balmy Texas. I love how this mom made her own snow to play with using whipped cream.
Study how snow is formed by creating real-life fog. This is a super simple science experiment for kids – help them learn about the weather.
I love how Jean has a constantly changing colorful door. Decorate your doors with paper doilies – to create a winter window wonderland.
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