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! ...
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!
Snow Man Circles - Show children sample. give each a sheet of paper and put 3 circles of glue on allowing child to place her circles independently, forming the snow man. Talk about winter weather and cold hand. Put glue on, allowing child to position mittens. Talk about keeping your head warm. Put glue on, allowing child ...
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.
Sparkle Snowmen - Put the three styrofoam balls on top of one another with either the toothpicks or a glue gun. Snowmen can be painted using a mixture of white glue, water, and paint and then sprinkled with sparkles to let dry. Try adding a few light blue sparkles for added fun.Creates an interesting effect.
Here's a little Groundhog - Here's a little groundhog, furry and brown. He's popping up to look around. If he sees his shadow, down he'll go. Six more weeks of winter - oh, no.