Snowman In A Bag Kids Craft
This is an adorable Snowman In A Bag Kids Craft to make on a wintry day! Winter days are also great to keep copies of theseFree Printable Winter Bookmarks To Color For Kids on hand!
My son came home from school with this project and I just loved it.
Along with being cute and easy to make, I also thought it was a great sensory project. My son has disabilities and often these kids don’t like to touch mushy, wet textures.
This is perfect for getting a little foam on the fingers. Plus when finished, the bag is squishy to the touch!
This is a great “snow day” activity for toddlers or preschoolers…even young elementary school children. What’s great about it is that you might already own most of the supplies to make this snowman in a bag craft!
Great Kids Christmas Ideas:
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- Orange Construction Paper
- Black Construction Paper
- Googly Eyes
- Shaving Cream
- Slider Storage Bags
Snowman In A Bag Craft Directions:
1. Cut circles for the mouth from black construction paper.
2. Cut a triangle from the orange construction paper.
3. Glue to the bag along with the googly eyes.
4. Squirt a little shaving cream into the bag and zip shut. My bag had a zipper closer and seemed to hold in the shaving cream well!
More Winter Ideas For Kids:
- Winter Olympic Torch Craft – it lights up!
- 20 Paper Plate Crafts For Kids
- How To Make Pom Pom Monsters
- Groundhog Day Crafts
- Groundhog Day Pudding Cups
Great Christmas Printables:
🎄 Printable Christmas Scavenger Hunt
🎄 Christmas Nativity Activity Pages
🎄 Christmas Coloring Bookmarks
🎄 Kids Christmas Activity Sheet Bundle
🎄 Elf On The Shelf Scavenger Hunt
It doesn’t have to be Christmas to enjoy snowman activities and treats. These Snowman Candy Bar Treats are fun all winter long. So easy to make with my FREE SNOWMAN WRAPPER – CLICK HERE to print and find the full easy instructions!
This Snowman Soup makes a great winter treat. Perfect for friends, birthday parties or to send to school as a treat!
My son would love this!!
I’m sure he would, Kerry! Have a good week!
What a cute idea!
What a fun project! this looks so cute
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I just found you through TJ and I love this. Adorable! So simple and fun. Also, I looked though your other projects–you have some great stuff here! Therefore, I’d like to invite you to link up at my new link party (I know, an other link party?!?) but this one is different. It is for our OLD posts, great ideas that we feel didn’t get enough attention the first time around.
Hope to see you there!
This is adorable! I am going to try this for the craft at the next pancake play date I host! Found you on the Roasted garlic and Tasteful Tuesday link party! Thanks for sharing!
This would be perfect for a play date…perfect way for moms and kids to both have fun!
You’re right, this is a very neat little craft! I bet my girls would love it too!
Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer… From Dream To Reality!
I’ve never seen anything like this…super cool! It is ideal for little learners too. <3
What a great idea?
Cute! How long does this last.?
I can’t really remember how long the shaving cream lasted, but it seemed to last about a week…maybe longer. Cute for the kids!
I have seen this one marking the outside of the bag with markers to show the face (and hat and scarf if you like) and then putting a white napkin inside it.
That’s good option as well. The shaving cream can offer a good sensory option for some kids but it can be a little messy too.