Disney’s Frozen is a winter movie kids love! Kids, parents, and grandparents all enjoy the story of Anna and Elsa who are sisters in a kingdom called Arendelle.
With kids counting down the days to winter break, they’ll love creating their own paper bag Olaf craft!
Kids of all ages will love this craft because it can be done at home without any special supplies and kids are involved in every step of the process–from cutting out his parts to gluing them together!
Plus, after kids are done creating him, he’s great for using in pretend play too! How fun!
Read on below to see how to make one with your kids or students.
Also, be sure to look through all of our winter craft idea for kids for more projects!
Olaf Paper Bag Puppet
Can you believe this paper bag craft only requires 4 items?! Your kids will want to make an army of Olafs once they see how simple they are to make with our free printable template.
Tip: If you don’t have any white paper bags on hand, you can always use a brown paper bag and glue white paper to the flap and main area of one side of the bag!
- White paper bag
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Glue stick
- Olaf template (enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you)
Download the Olaf paper bag puppet template, print and cut out the pieces.
Glue Olaf’s head to the flap on the paper bag.
Position the 3 black coal pieces on the main part of the paper bag and glue into place.
Glue Olaf’s stick arms on each side of the paper bag, making sure they are on the back (so the bag opens easily).
Cut out a few stick hairs for Olaf from the brown card stock and glue them into place on the back of the paper bag.
This Olaf paper bag puppet is super simple which makes it a fantastic activity for young children.
This Olaf puppet would also make a perfect craft to do at a Frozen birthday party!
You can let each of the kids make their own Olaf and it can double as a cute party favor.
Winter Activities For Kids
Keep your kids or students engaged and having fun this season by creating a winter unit for them! Below you’ll find our favorite ideas to get you started!
Books are at the top of our list to begin with. Reading aloud to your kids can help them with imagination, learning to focus, and discovering sight words.
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!
Of course, we love crafting! Not only is it a fun activity, but it also can help kids learn to follow directions, work on scissor practice, concentration, and more!
Try out some of our top winter crafts for kids:
Photo Eskimo Craft For Kids – This cute little winter photo craft is perfect for the season. Make your kids into a winter character with this easy template and have fun! You’ll be able to see their adorable faces in no time at all.
Walrus Arctic Animal Craft – Have fun crafting this cute winter animal. This is an easy activity that you can do at home or in the classroom as part of arctic animal themes. It’s perfect for kids!
Snowman Paper Plate Craft – It’s easy to make a snowman out of paper plates. With this craft, you don’t need paint but the end result is adorable.
Polar Bear Handprint Craft – This is a great winter craft to do with the kids. It’s easy and they’ll love turning their hands into a cute bear! You could also use this as an activity during storytime or circle time. Get ready for snow days by making these polar bear handprints today!
Download these winter do a dot printables for your kids to enjoy. These activities help with visual discrimination, patterns and counting!
Looking to keep your kids busy this winter? Print out these winter I spy printables! They’re help kids with memory, counting, and more!
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More Winter Ideas For Kids
- White paper bag
- Card stock (in white, black and brown)
- Glue stick
- Olaf template
- Download the Olaf paper bag puppet template, print and cut out the pieces.
- Glue Olaf's head to the flap on the paper bag.
- Position the 3 black coal pieces on the main part of the paper bag and glue into place.
- Glue Olaf's stick arms on each side of the paper bag, making sure they are on the back (so the bag opens easily).
- Cut out a few stick hairs for Olaf from the brown card stock and glue into place on the back of the paper bag.