Featured General Winter
Torn Paper Snowman pictures - Need a little variety in our art projects? This project is a way that each child can show thier individuallity. I give each child a blue 8x11 background paper and various other colors of scrap paper. Thier task is to tear the paper to make snowmen pictures. The results are amazing and very creative! ...
Glistening Icicles - On dark colored paper, let children use plastic forks to paint white streaks down the paper. Shake on some silver glitter, while the paint is still wet. The icicles glisten!
Snowball Fight - Very simple! Give each child two or three kleenex, have them ball them up, and on the count of three---Go!! Just throw them at each other! It's lots of fun! When the snowball fight is over, tell them it's time to melt the snow and throw the melted kleenex into the trash!
Candy Cane Sled - Wrap the candy bar with Christmas wrapping paper. Tape the to candy canes to either side on the bottom, making the runners for the sleigh. >From the underneath of the candy bar (front of the sleigh) bring the ribbon up and back down making the "rope to pull" the sleigh. Makes a great top of a present ...
Snow Paint - Place water and food coloring in empty spray bottle. Let children spray colors on the snow to make designs
Bubble Bath Art - Cut the paper plate in half. Glue half of the plate to the construction paper, cut side at the top, as a bathtub. Glue cotton balls or bubble wrap onto the top of the paper plate for the bubbles!