17 {Really Fun} Snowman Activities

Building a snowman is one of the best things about winter.  Whether you are surrounded by snow this year or not, you can still have a lots of snowman fun!  There are so many crafts and activities devoted to our frosty friends.

We found so many great activities over in our weekly kids meme, It’s Playtime!  Hop on over for tons of holiday craft inspiration.

17 {Really Fun} Snowman Activities

17 {Really Fun} Snowman Activities

1.  Make your own holiday decor by creating salt dough snowmen.

2.  Make and hang a sparkly suncatcher on your window and let the sun shine through.

3.  For a delicious winter lunch, try a snowman quesadilla.  Yum!

4.  Have any leftover paint stirrers from a home project?  Use them to make a few snowmen!

5.  Here’s a yummy and healthy winter snack, a fruit snowman!

6.  This creative activity tray let’s your kids build themselves a frosty friend.

7.  Use this dough recipe to make your very own indoor snowman.

8.  Make a snowmen collage with your fingerprints!

9.  Use corks to make a tree ornament to give as a gift!

10.  Recycle plastic containers like coffee creamer to do some indoor winter bowling.

11.  Act out the story of Frosty with your very own finger puppets.

12.  Use leftover crafting supplies and cotton balls to make a snowman in a jar.

13.  Here’s a fun learning snowman dice game.  All age groups will love this one.

14.  Create a foam snowman with glue and shaving cream.  A little messy and a lot of fun!

15.  This one is super easy!  Just print this free snowman printable and attach the pieces to make yours!

16.  Here’s a cute playdough idea, a melted snowman!

17.  No snow?  No problem!  Make a sugar string snowman!

Head over to our link-up later today to see even more activities!



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