One thing we can all agree about when it comes to Michigan weather is that it always leaves us guessing – who knows what it might be like tomorrow! The last few days of January and the month of February are prime times for snow, whether it be a little or a whole lot. I like to have a few good-to go easy crafts for kids to make on hand for when the cold weather and snowy conditions keep us indoors. This week’s roundup shares a few winter arts and crafts for kids that are easy to pull together for a bit of quiet, snow day crafting.
Craftionary has a great roundup of duct tape crafts – and this quick-to-make bookmark is my favorite. Make a collection of bookmarks so that your family is ready for their next visit to the library.
Rawr! Take a cue from Pink Stripey Socks and have your child create a set of upcycled sharp teeth. The animal they belong to is up to your child’s imagination!
You can never have enough ideas for making something out of an empty toilet paper roll! This time have your children turn their attentions to space and create an adorable rocket with this idea from Kids Activities Blog.
A snow day roundup wouldn’t be complete without something actually snowy to make! When it comes to a snowman craft for kids, you can’t get any better than an Olaf craft project, especially when it’s a sweet finger puppet. Try this project from The Idea Room.