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Snowman Activities for Preschoolers

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We’ve been enjoying a lot of fun winter and Christmas themed books this month. It doesn’t feel as Christmas-y, if that’s a word, around here because we don’t have any snow at the moment.

It’s cold and gloomy but no snow on the ground in Ontario, Canada in December is just unheard of. I’m not complaining because at this point, we’re usually getting a regular routine of snow shoveling so as long as it snows for Christmas I’ll be happy.

These awesome snowman activities can complement any book, try some of these snowman activities for preschoolers and get my snowman tracing worksheets.

We read The Snowman by Raymond Briggs which is always a fun read. We also found the animated version on Youtube which my kids enjoyed seeing the book come to life.

I created an 8 page snowman tracing worksheet that your little ones can use to practice cutting or tracing. Great for getting those little hands a bit more coordinated to get ready for writing skills.

Extend this activity by reading your favorite snowman book, build your own snowman outside in the snow, or bring some snow indoors to create your own snowman sensory bin. You could also make your own out of rice.

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As a part of our Bookspiration club, December’s theme was snow or snowman so you’re welcome to visit any of the lovely bloggers below to see their activities inspired by books.

Have you read Snowflake Bently Go-Along? Because you can make these cool Snowflake Bentley Go-Along: Snowflake Window Clings by School Time Snippets.

These Snowman to Color -All You Need for a Snowman by Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading can get your little one’s creative juices flowing.

All You Need for a Snowman {Book Activity + Free Printable} by The Natural Homeschool is a great way to extend a book with an activity.

Do You Want to Build a Snowman? Sequencing Printable by Simple Fun for Kids can help your little one learn about plot and its sequence.

Snowman at Night Art Project by Artsy Momma is a wonderful way to build your own snowman.

For more snowman activities, these activities will occupy your kids through to January.

Simple Snowman Sensory bin was so easy to put together and my daughter had a wonderful time with it.

Invitation to Build Bottle Cap Snowmen by Simple Fun for Kids is a simple way to build a snowman indoors.

Handprint Snowman Craft by Fun Handprint Art can make a lovely keepsake and art project.

A simple activity to create a Cotton Pad Snowman by Simple Fun for Kids.

These adorable Snowman Foam Cups by Kids’ Activities Blog can make a great decoration to display on your tabletop.

Agh, we’re melting! With this Snowman Baking Soda Activity by Little Bins for Little Hands, you can have fun with science and snowmen.

Snowman Suncatcher by Craftulate can be displayed on your windows for decoration and they make wonderful gifts.

A great invitation to play with this Snowman Play Dough Kit by  Momma Poppa Bubba.

The Borax Crystal Snowman by The Science Kiddo is fun science project turned decoration for your tree.

Build your own Lego Snowman by Frugal Fun for Boys so he doesn’t melt indoors.

Get into the kitchen and bake up some Melted Snowman Cookies by Easy Peasy and Fun.

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