This winter, cozy up with your kids to read Snowmen at Night by Caralyn Buehner. This fun story reveals the secret adventures snowmen go on when everyone else is tucked into bed at night!
Kids can bring the magic to life with this Snowmen at Night craft. Let your kids use their creativity as they make their own snowman that looks like one right out of the book!
This hands-on activity is a great way to extend the fun of the book and gives kids a chance to work on developmental skills at the same time.
And if you’re hungry for more frosty fun, be sure to explore our collection of snowman activities for kids, ensuring that the winter season is filled with lots of smiles and creativity.
Snowmen At Night Activity
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With just a few simple supplies and our free template, your children can transform an ordinary afternoon into a fun day of crafting. Gather around the table with some paper, scissors, glue, and a sprinkle of creativity, and let the snowy magic unfold.
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Snowman Template (click the “click here to get this freebie” image at the end to open the form)
Download the snowman template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
Begin by gluing the cap to the top of the snowman’s head.
Place the ear muffs on both sides of the head and glue them in place.
Next, glue the orange nose to the middle of the snowman’s head, just above the mouth.
Glue the stick arms to the back and top section of the body. Then attach the scarf to the neck portion of the snowman using glue.
Finish up by attaching the snowball at one end of the stick arms.
That’s it! If your kids enjoy making this cute snowman craft. Be sure to check out our winter crafts for kids. We’re sure they will love making it!
Preschool Winter Theme
Make winter enchanting for your preschoolers with some frosty fun. We have lots of crafts and educational activities that are tailor made for the little ones in your life to keep them engaged, entertained, and learning.
Read on below for ideas that will get your young ones’ imaginations going and learning valuable skills and knowledge this winter season.
Winter Books For Kids
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!
Winter Craft Projects For Kids
Torn Paper Penguin Craft – Kids can create a cute penguin by tearing paper! Yes, encourage them to tear up the sheet of paper and glue the pieces onto the penguin template we provide. It’s a fun and cute craft that helps kids work on bilateral hand coordination and more!
Snowman Cup Craft – Kids will take an ordinary paper cup and turn it into an adorable snowman with this fun craft. It’ll spark your child’s creativity to give a common item a frosty makeover, so grab our free template!
Owl Babies Puppet Craft – Fly into a world of imagination with this owl puppet inspired by the book, Owl Babies. Kids can craft their very own wise owl puppet, bringing the beloved characters to life. Watch as storytelling takes flight and their creativity soars with this fun project.
Toilet Paper Roll Walrus Craft – Dive into an ocean of creativity with our walrus craft! Kids will be able to recycle a toilet paper tube into a fascinating sea creature. They’ll have a blast crafting their own walrus while discovering more about these amazing sea mammals.
Winter Themed Activities For Kids
These snowman cutting activity pages are a fantastic addition to any winter themed unit study used at home or in the classroom. These worksheets will have your kids cutting different paths, matching missing snowman halves, and counting.
These printables make learning fun while refining scissor control, developing hand-eye coordination, and fine motor control. Download your free bundle and watch scissor mastery snowball into a lifelong skill!
Let the winter fun unfold with our winter pattern block mats! When you need an indoor activity, these mats offer a fun option for your preschoolers and kindergarteners. This activity fosters creativity, cognitive development, fine motor skills, and shape identification.
Kids will love the different winter scenes they can complete with their tangrams, so grab the blocks and download this set of fourteen printables to use this winter!
These snowy owl worksheets are a blast for preschoolers and kindergarteners to learn with this winter. Kids will label the majestic snowy owl, practice handwriting, and navigate a letter maze.
These printables are perfect for developing fine motor skills, honing scissor techniques, and reinforcing letter recognition. Use these sheets to reinforce the letter S and explore this beautiful bird that blends in with its snowy surroundings.
For a little winter fun, be sure to grab this winter penguin line tracing activity This engaging and interactive worksheet invites kids to follow the lines to the adorable penguins to hone their essential skills.
Beyond the fun of it, line tracing cultivates hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and precision with writing and drawing tools. Your little ones will have a blast while setting the foundation for years to come with various skills. Make learning fun with these winter penguin pals!
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More Kids’ Activities
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Snowman Template
- Download the snowman template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
- Begin by gluing the cap to the top of the snowman’s head.
- Place the ear muffs on both sides of the head and glue them in place.
- Next, glue the orange nose to the middle of the snowman’s head, just above the mouth.
- Glue the stick arms to the back and top section of the body. Then attach the scarf to the neck portion of the snowman using glue.
- Finish up by attaching the snowball at the ends of one of the stick arms.