|Crafts For Preschoolers||
Click on the template tab to get template and trace onto a large piece of
white paper. Have children
Paper Plate Penguin
What you need:
• 2 paper plates
• black paint
• orange construction paper
• googly eyes
What to do:
• cut out the center of one paper plate for head and paint as shown
• paint other plate as shown
• add legs and beak from orange construction paper
Torn Paper Snowman
Trace a large circle and a small circle onto blue construction paper with a pencil. Have children tear pieces of white construction paper and glue them into the circle like shown. Tear pieces of black construction paper for the hat. Add small black pom poms for the eyes and large pom poms for the buttons. Cut an orange triangle out or tear one for the nose. Glue brown pipe cleaners on for the arms.
Squirt white acrylic paint into a baby food jar, replace cap and shake to coat inside of jar. Use a black sharpie to color the lid and draw smile. Add ear muffs using pom poms and a pipe cleaner. The nose can be drawn on with an orange sharpie,construction paper or orange foam. Add googly eyes. (glue gun works great but you can also use elmers glue.)
Tape together 8 craft sticks then turn over and
paint like shown. Paint a single craft stick black for the brim of the hat. Add googly eyes and a nose made from foam or construction paper. Draw "coal" with a black sharpie to design the mouth. Add magnet to back.
Cut out enough white circles for each child to
spell their names. Glue onto a piece of blue construction paper like shown and
add snowflakes with Q-Tips dipped in white paint. Add arms, nose, eyes and mouth
with a marker.
Finger Print Penguins
Paint snow on the bottom of a piece of blue
construction paper like shown. Paint thumb white to make the body of the penguin. Paint pinky finger black to make the wings and head. Allow to dry and add legs and nose with orange paint
3D Foam Snowman
Create this snowman with foam and piece together
Foam Puppet Snowman
Use colored foam to create
this adorable snowman puppet. Add googly eyes and a marker for the mouth. Glue to a large craft stick.
Cardboard Box Snowman
Gather 3 boxes and cover with white paper (I used bulletin board paper). Use a hot glue gun and attach like shown.
Add buttons, hat, eyes,
mittens, nose, and mouth from construction paper. Gift wrap cardboard tubes work great for the arms (paint brown). The broom can be made with a rolled up paper
bag and yellow tissue paper. The scarf was created with tissue paper.
I am a Snowman.
Look at my cookie eyes,
Look at my orange carrot nose.
I have a tall black hat!
Can you see my raisin mouth?
I have purple mittens.
Do you like my brown broom?
How many yellow buttons do I have?
My scarf is warm and red.
I am a snowman, tall and proud!
Paper Plate Snowman
•Paper plates (2 per child)
•yarn (any color)
•brightly colored construction paper
• template (click on template tab)
~fasten together 2 paper plates by punching a hole through one end of each plate and tying yarn through it.
~cut out a hat/mittens/boots in many different colors using the construction paper
Coffee Filter Snowflakes
Make these beautiful snowflakes by following the instructions below.
Glue 4 craft sticks together like shown,dry and paint white. Add glitter while paint is still wet.
Snowman Lacing Card
Use white poster board to create this cute
snowman. Punch holes all around and use yarn and bobby pin
Snowman Candle Jars
Cut out the bottom of a water bottle. Water down white glue and "paint" onto a sauce jar or water bottle. Apply torn pieces of tissue paper to the glue
and paint over again with the mixture. Allow to dry. Use a black sharpie to color the top. Add mouth, nose and scarf with foam. For the candle use a battery
operated candle and simply place it under the bottle to cover. For the sauce jar, open the top and place inside.
Bunny In The Snow
Cut out several different colored bunnies and glue onto a piece of blue construction paper like shown. Add googly eye and cotton for snow. Use a Q-Tip dipped in white paint to make the snowflakes in the sky.
The Snowball Game
Cut out enough white circles for each of your
student's names. Write 1 letter on each "snowball." For longer names make smaller circles. Paint the bottom of a piece of blue construction paper like shown and set aside to dry. Have each child put their letters in order to spell their name and glue onto paper. Add "snowflakes" with paintbrush or q-tips. Say the following:
Let's play the snowball game,
How many letters spell your name? (point to one child and have them count out snowballs as they point to each one, then child says "5 snowballs spell my name") You can also have them say each letter, then proceed to another child.
Styrofoam Cup Snowman
Use white glue to join the rims of the cups
together as shown. Allow to dry overnight. Decorate the cups using anything you
wish, such as sequins, construction paper,googly