Engineer and I had a ton of fun celebrating the holidays with our family and friends. I hope all of you are having a great new year thus far! 🙂 It has been so very cold here recently, and we’re expecting snow next week . . . so I’m in a snowy frame of mind. Thank goodness there were so many snow themed activities shared at the last Share It Saturday!
15 winter and snow themed activities for the kiddos!
Frosted Paper Snowmen from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds
No Sew Sock Puppet Snowman from Happy Hooligans
Super Easy Snow Play Idea – Snow Building Blocks from Fun-A-Day!
Simple Snowy Train Table from Life With Moore Babies
Snow-Filled Winter Book List for Children from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
Snowy January Themed Activities for Kids from Living Montessori Now
Painting in the Snow from Fun-A-Day!
Free Winter Calendar Cards from 3 Dinosaurs
Snowflake Tape Resist Painting from Little Bins for Little Hands
Snowmen Thumbprint Cards from Kids Fun 101
Name Snowmen Preschool Craft from Fun-A-Day!
Cotton Ball Snowman Craft from There’s Just One Mommy
Winter Sensory Bin and Crafts for Toddlers from Laugh and Learn
Winter and Christmas Counting Correlation from Toddling in the Fast Lane
Winter Sensory Play (and a Few Disasters) from Fun-A-Day!
For more winter and snow themed activities, be sure to check out my Winter Pinterest board! I will keep adding to it as I find more great ideas. Do you have any fun snow themed activities to share? If so, please let me know in the comments below.
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