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! ...
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!
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!
Shining Snowflakes - after the paper is cut to look like a snowflake, place it on a piece of wax paper or aluminum foil in front of your child. Drizzle some of the condensed milk over the snowflake, then the child can smear it all over. The milk dries to a shine. It will take 1-3 days to dry depending on the dampnessof ...
Paper Plate Penguin - If using paint, paint top and both sides of the plate black. If using paper, glue black paper around the top and sides of the plate. Glue on two wiggle eyes and an orange triangle for the beak.
Edible Snowman - Using a toothpick, dot on eyes and a nose and mouth on one marshmallow for the snowmans head. Assemble the 3 marshmallows with frosting to make the body. Using frosting, "glue" on the red hots for buttons. stick the pretzel sticks into the middle marshmallow on the sides for arms.