Winter always brings all kinds of fun to our home. Christmas, camping, hot drinks, yummy food, time with friends and family and seasonal crafts, too! There is so much to do and so much to learn! In this post, you will see some Winter Wonderland crafts and activities for Toddlers.
Although they can be enjoyed by kids of any ages.
You can make some simple ones with toddlers (like in this post) or older kids and add some more details. I am sure everyone will have a wonderful time letting your imagination be expressed through these wonderful Winter crafts.
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Winter Wonderland Craft
There are many Winter paper plate crafts out there, but I wanted to show you a simple way to include some of our youngest curious minds. This craft is as simple and as cute as can be!
You will need:
- a paper plate per child
- liquid glue
- white and/or light blue tissue paper (cut up into tiny pieces)
- iridescent basket filler
- gingerbread man marshmallows
- stars and holly marshmallows
- snowman marshmallows
- glitter in different colors
- Drizzle liquid glue all over the paper plate.
- Put some cut-up tissue paper and some pretty iridescent fluff all over the glue.
- Add marshmallows all over the fluff (fake snow).
- Sprinkle glitter of your favorite colors all over and let dry.
When you are making the craft, you can create a collage all over (they might need some glue to stay put) or you can stand them up, like pretty snowmen, Christmas trees and gingerbread men on the Winter wonderland snow. Just get creative and let your imagination flow! If you wanted to make this craft even more special, you can actually decorate the marshmallows!
Check out how we did just that in THIS POST! They are super cute and perfect to practice fine motor skills. Don’t these look adorable? These are Winter paper plate crafts that toddlers can make. Our little one-year old neighbor even shook the glitter bottle to sprinkle his project! It take coordination practice and creativity.
We hope you decide to try to make some pretty ones like these!
More Winter Wonderland Crafts & Activities
Want even more winter activities to do with your kids this winter? Try one of these.