Snowflake Inspired Art Projects For Kids

My kids and I love making snowflake inspired art projects. There just is something exciting about snowflakes. I teach my kids that they are unique, just like snowflakes. They love to hear that and I love to tell them. Check out these snowflakes inspired art projects for kids.

Make Your Own Snow

I love the idea of making my own snow! What a great idea for those who cannot wait to touch the snow or even those who may have sensitivities. Go ahead and give this clever art project a try! I bet your kids will love it.

Coffee Filter Snowflakes

How many of you have coffee filters around your kitchen? If you do, you will love these coffee filter snowflakes. Super easy to make and the kids will want to make several versions of it. I even got in on the action in making these! So fun and a tradition you can do with your kids every year.

Snowflake Paper Decoration

Are you looking for something to keep the kids busy this winter? This Snowflake Paper Decoration is made to be 3-D! I have never been able to make a 3-D craft before, but this one was different. My older two kids enjoyed making it. I would say that this is a snowflake inspired art project that any kid would love.

Rhinestone Snowflakes

If you have older kids that want to do an art project with snowflakes, but you aren’t sure where to start, try these Rhinestone Snowflakes. Simple to make and a lot of fun to use as decorations. I love how beautiful these snowflakes have turned out and I think any child would love making them. As long as they are old enough or guided by you, it should be a ton of fun!

Winter Sensory Bin

Sometimes the kiddos don’t want to do an art project, but they want to do an activity. I came across this Winter Sensory Bin and thought it was such a good idea. Kids get exposed to a winter activity and can stay busy for hours. It amazes me how much fun kids can have with sensory bins. This is also an activity great for kids of all ages.

I love all of these snowflake inspired art projects for kids. You can do these activities several times throughout the winter and your kids will have a ton of fun.

Tell me, which activity is your favorite on here?

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Jess Weaver
Jess Weaver is a work at home mom and wife. She's been married to Ryan for nearly 8 blissful years. She has three adorable and rowdy sons. Benjamin- 6, Isaac- 4, and Josiah-2 and a baby girl on the way! If you would like to contact Jess you can do so by clicking the contact me button on her website www.jessleewrites.com
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