One of our new favorite activities at our house is any easy kids craft that uses photos.
They love seeing themselves transform into different characters and having a cool memento to hold onto.
Since we’re right in the middle of winter, we decided to delve further into our winter crafts and make this fun photo Eskimo craft for kids.
If you haven’t seen our previous winter crafts for kids, you won’t want to miss them either!
Bookmark those crafts for later and read on below to see how simple it is to make this winter photo craft with your kids!
Eskimo Craft For Kids
- Cotton Balls
- Colored cardstock (in white, light brown, and blue)
- Photo of your child
- Eskimo template (enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you)
Print out the Eskimo template on the coordinating colored cardstock and cut out the pieces.
Glue the boots slightly on top of the legs, then glue the legs behind the torso.
Glue the rounded part of the arms at the top of the torso, one on each side.
Glue the mittens on the end of the arms.
Trace your child’s head photo onto the white cardstock, making a .5″ border all around.
Glue your child’s photo behind the top of the torso, then glue the white cardstock behind the photo.
Gently pull apart a few cotton balls and glue them to the ends of the boots, the mittens, the bottom of the coat, the middle of the coat, and all around the exposed white cardstock that surrounds the head.
Now your kids are cute little Eskimos!
This winter craft is so easy and fun, you’ll want to make one for everyone in your family.
Don’t forget to enter your email in the form at the bottom of this page to get your copy of the Eskimo template.
More Winter Fun For Kids
Keep the winter activities going by adding in even more wintery crafts, printables, and activities to keep your little ones busy and learning!
Reading books to kids is not only a fun way to spend quality time together, but it’s also great for your child’s development! It can help them learn sight words, increase concentration, and aid in imagination!
Grab these books from your local library or buy them from Amazon to add to your collection.
The Biggest Snowman Ever – When the mayor of Mouseville announces the town snowman contest, Clayton and Desmond claim that they will each make the biggest snowman ever.
The Snowy Day – This story shows a child’s wonder at a new world and the hope of capturing and keeping that wonder forever.
Sneezy The Snowman– Sneezy is COLD! And he’s trying to warm up without success. But, the kids know exactly how to help him!
Crafting is another simple activity that can help develop skills like using scissors properly, following directions, and exploring creativity! Add in some of our favorite winter crafts for more fun this season.
Handprint Arctic Fox – What better way to welcome winter than with a handprint arctic fox craft? It’s easy and fun. All you need is paper, scissors, and glue. Your little one will love this arts and crafts project that makes an adorable decoration or gift idea too.
Snowglobe Olaf Craft – Kids can make their own snowglobes with this simple winter craft. Make your favorite Disney character, Olaf, out of paper! This is the perfect activity for kids who love Frozen and Disney movies.
Walrus Arctic Animal Craft – Learn how to make a walrus papercraft with our free template. This is great for kids who are working on arctic animal themes in school or just want an easy winter activity. It’s also perfect if you’re looking to do something fun with your class, scout troop, or church group!
Add in these winter do a dot printables for a quick learning activity. It can help kids with counting, patterns, visual discrimination, and more!
These winter activity coins will kick boredom to the curb! They’re cute and a fun way to discover new ideas.
Pull out this winter play dough kit to give the kids some fun hands-on sensory play!
Share With Us
Did you make this craft with your kids or students? We’d love to feature them on our social media!
For a chance to have your child’s craft featured, simply snap a picture of the completed project and post it to our Facebook page, email it to us directly by clicking here, or use #simpleeverydaymom on your social media!
More Winter Ideas For Kids
- Cotton Balls
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Photo of your child
- Eskimo template
- Print out the Eskimo template on the coordinating colored cardstock and cut out the pieces.
- Glue the boots slightly on top of the legs, then glue the legs behind the torso.
- Glue the rounded part of the arms at the top of the torso, one on each side.
- Glue the mittens on the end of the arms.
- Trace your child's head photo onto the white cardstock, making a .5" border all around.
- Glue your child's photo behind the top of the torso, then glue the white cardstock behind the photo.
- Gently pull apart a few cotton balls and glue them to the ends of the boots, the mittens, the bottom of the coat, the middle of the coat, and all around the exposed white cardstock that surrounds the head.