Preschool Winter Crafts
Add these easy preschool winter crafts to your winter theme
What are snowflakes?
It all starts with a speck of dust floating in the air. Snowflakes begin as ice crystals that freeze around small dust particles up in the atmosphere.
These tiny ice crystals join together to form snow flakes as they fall to the earth.
Various factors may affect the shape of each snowflake, factors such as the temperature, wind, the quantity of water vapour present in the air and the length of time it takes to fall to the ground.
Snowflakes are usually have six sides because water molecules are six-sided and tend to grow in six directions.
Create beautiful and unique snowflake patterns with this easy preschool winter craft activity.
paper - plenty per child
1. Fold the piece of paper in half and then in half again. Older children may like to make more folds for a more interesting result, but the more folds there are the harder it is to cut through all the layers.
More Winter Crafts
Use bits of bark to create tree collage of a bare tree in winter.
Make this easy collage picture of a snowman, using puffs of cotton wool and confetti.
Cut out a variety of concertina people or shapes to add to your winter preschool theme fun!
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