Felt Toddler Activities: Olaf Snowman

If you’ve been following along I’ve created some different felt toddler activities for learning fun, and in keeping with the winter theme and my daughter’s favorite movie, I made a felt Olaf snowman. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, if you have kids then you must know who Olaf is. My daughter has entered that fun dress up princess stage that I’ve been looking forward to after two sons. Before the movie, she’d carry a purse around like mom but now she is a full fledged princess with the tiara, wand and dress. You can also see my other felt craft projects.Easy to make felt toddler activities from their favorite movie froze - Olaf! Supplies for  your felt Olaf snowman: Felt Sheets
  • white felt – body, teeth, eyes
  • black felt – buttons, mouth, hair, eyes
  • brown felt – arms
  • orange felt – nose
  • scissors
As soon as I put this activity in front my daughter she knew it was Olaf, thank goodness. I would have been pretty disappointed if he was not recognizable. I had the different parts scattered around but my daughter knew it was Olaf because she was watching me create it and I had put it together to capture a photo. She tried her best to get all the pieces of the face right and then in the picture you can see her sitting back and admiring her hard work. My son enjoyed playing with this felt set as well but he made Olaf go into all the different and weird shapes just like the movie, he thought it was hilarious. This is definitely one of my daughter’s favorite. If I were only more artsy I’d attempt Else or Anna but I’m not even going to try. Simple way to bring Frozen alive - toddler activities: felt Olaf snowman I can definitely see adding some more Christmas theme felt pieces so stay tuned. Winter is definitely in the air. There are other wonderful felt toddler activities that you can check out and if you need help teaching your toddler at home then take a peek at this awesome resource from over 20 bloggers – Every Parent Can Teach Their Toddler

One Comment

  1. This is a super cute and easy craft idea. I wish that I had the supplies I would make an Olaf with my son.

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