January is a time of new beginnings and winter fun. That’s why in this article, we’ll be focusing on fun winter crafts and New Years crafts you can try with your preschoolers! PS. We’ve got more crafts for kids here!
Homemade Party Poppers
While your toddler may be bummed out that fireworks are too dangerous for them, these safe party poppers should quickly lift their spirits again! These were originally features in our arts and crafts for 3 year olds blog if you need more ideas! Click here for the tutorial.
Kids LOVE playing with slime, and this fun recipe is one they can make themselves! Click here to get this winter craft tutorial.
New Years means fireworks! So, let your kids get into the spirit of things with this cool firework painting method from Danya Banya.
Hand Print Paper Penguins
Paper crafts are always fun. This one uses your hands to make the penguin’s feet – cute! Click here to get the instructions for this kid’s craft.
This activity can be done inside or outside. Give your kids some water paint colors and let them decorate the snow! Super easy and fun activity for everyone. Click here to see the materials needed.
Fluffy Pom Pom Penguins
Make this fluffy penguin from pom poms and paper to hang up as a winter decoration! Click here to get the instructions.
Make your own ornaments.. courtesy of nature! These ice ornaments are cool outside decorations you can make for cheap, or almost free with stuff outside! Click here to get the instructions.
Polar Bear Masks
Make these cute masks for playtime and be polar bears in the snow! Click here for the materials and instructions.
Pom Pom Mittens
Decorating with pom poms is always the right choice. However, you could also make this cute mitten craft with stencils, stickers, or whatever else you want. Click here to see how to do it.
A clever craft made with pinecones and cotton balls! Easy and cheap to make for kids of all ages. Click here to get the instructions.
Tanya is a stay at home mom who blogs online to earn a bit of extra income from her hobbies. She also loves working on projects which she can involve her two kids in and teach them the valuable life-skill of sewing.