Winter Toddler Activity – Melted Snowman Paintings
With the temperatures dropping and the snow falling across the country, I thought that this would be a perfect Winter Toddler Activity for the cold and frosty days. Especially since it’s probably the first time a lot of our tots will have experienced the snow.
It’s the first time my youngest Son, Cohen had seen snow, so we are Snow mad right now! Digging out our wellies, hats, gloves and scarves and getting outside to explore this new found winter wonderland.
This is one of the most easiest Winter Toddler Activity to do with your tots. Let’s get your tots creating some works of art.
What do you need?
- Paper (not white)
- White paint (non-toxic and child friendly)
- Paint brushes
- Googly eyes or black felt tip
- Orange pom pom or orange felt tip
- Strip of coloured paper around a centimetre thick and 5-10 cm long
What to do
Let your tot wild with the white paint and paintbrush. There is no ‘perfect’ end product. Let them experiment with the paint, the brush strokes etc. You will end up with what looks like a ‘big white mess’
Once dry, stick on 2 googley eyes OR draw 2 eyes in random places on the painting. Randomly stick on the orange pom pom or draw a carrot. Then get your strip of coloured paper and cut frayed edges to make it look like a scarf. Again randomly stick it on.
And there you go…Your Melted Snowman Painting!
Enjoy and tag me in your social media pictures of your melted snowman arts and crafts.
Why not check out some other activities on my blog at Childs Play
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