If the kiddos are stuck inside because of the snow and/or cold, have fun with one or all of these awesome snowflake activities!
They will surely keep your kiddos minds off being stuck inside and put their hands to work in creative ways.
Enjoy a messy craft, STEM challenge, or fine motor skills activity.... or do them all!
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Snowflake Projects for Kids
Tie Dye Coffee Filter Snowflakes- Give this classic winter craft a colorful twist by adding some color! My kiddos adored getting a little messy and creating these colorful snowflakes!
Printable Build a Snowflake Task Cards - These printable task cards will give your kiddos a fun and challenging brain break from their studies and work on strengthening fine motor skills at the same time! This fun activity was part of our Fine Motor Fridays Series.
Sparkly Tape Resist Snowflake- I love the reaction when the final product of a tape resist project is revealed! Our tape resist snowflakes make an appearance on the wall every winter! This is an easy and messy project to do when you are stuck inside.
DIY Puffy Paint Window Clings- Enjoy making this craft after reading Snowflake Bentley. Did you know that no two snowflakes are the same?! This activity allows you to enjoy the beauty of snowflakes from inside!
Geoboard Snowflake- Challenge your older kiddos by having them create their own snowflake using push pins and the zillions of loom bands stashed away in the closet! This activity reinforces the concept of symmetry and is a great winter STEM activity.
You might also enjoy adding these books to your book basket to read aloud and/or let the kiddos look at when the mood strikes!
Which snowflake activity will you try first?
Something messy and creative or a task that challenges you to think a little?