Got a crafty little toddler? As temperatures are dropping (and even snow somewhere) we’ve put together a collection of winter crafts for toddlers.
Crafts for toddlers should be easy to make, take little time and use large craft supplies they can easily handle.
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While most of these crafts were made with or by toddlers keep in mind not all toddlers are at the same skill level (after all toddlers are up to age 3) so adjust the craft/materials when needed.
Some of these were made with older kids and you would need to substitute or exclude smaller materials. All crafting naturally should be supervised (and helped with if necessary).
Super Simple Winter Crafts for Toddlers
Cotton Ball Snowman Craft – let them have fun with the cotton balls. Easy Peasy and Fun
Winter Hats Craft – this one is a great classroom craft.
Ripped Paper Polar Bear – this one is great for fine motor skills.
Winter Tree Fingerpainting – bring out the crafty artsy fingers.
Super Easy Penguin Craft – so fluffy and fun.
Snowman Creation Station – there’s sequin in this one, switch that with larger items and you have a super creative winter craft for toddlers.
Handprint Polar Bear – hand print crafts are super fun!
Snowflake Ornament – I’m seriously loving this one.
Create Winter Wonderland Together – create it together and play with it together.
Toilet Paper Roll Snowflakes – have some recycling fun.
Packing Peanuts Art Snowman – toddlers and preschoolers will love creating with packing peanuts (don’t have any? Magic nuudles are basically the same thing and are super fun to create with).
Salty Snowman – such a great project for toddlers.
Simple Snowflake craft – magical snowflakes will appear much to your toddlers delight.
Cookie Cuter Painted Snowman – these are a perfect winter crafts for toddlers, they will love the creative process behind this one.
Bubble Wrap Snowman – if you can resist popping the bubble wrap why not use it in a craft project?
Snowflake – such a fun project.
Q-Tip Painted Snowman – great for those fine motor skills.
Hole Punch Snowlakes – making holes with hole puncher is so much fun.
Build a Snowman another great activity for tine motor skills.