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Live, Learn, Love was made as an ornament but could also be used in conjunction with a snow themed book and hung up and enjoyed all winter long. Depending on what type of buttons you have, you could practice simple patterning skills when laying down the buttons. Kids can count out the buttons as the work and get some extra practice in while having fun crafting.
Katie's Nesting Spot, a simple self correcting counting activity was recently shared.
Somewhat Organized, Somewhat Crafty, Tot Teacher and Mommy recently had. She may call herself "somewhat organized" but we were impressed by how nicely she put each child's activities in their own little container. Head over to see the fun they had with glitter playdoh, snowman soup, making snowflake frames, sorting with snowman beads, and making pom pom snowmen.
Confessions of a Homeschooler, one of our past featured bloggers. Erica has a bunch of great snowman themed printables for you! We like the capital/lowercase Ss sorting pictured above, head over to her post to see the snowman cutting activities, patterning page, color match, snowman letter match, letter s scavenger hunt, snowman size sort, puzzle, and a whole lot more!
laughpaintcreate had her students create fun collaged snowmen, be sure you head over to see the fun variations the different kids made.
A Mommy's Adventures did, bring the snow indoors! Besides the real snowman, she and her daughter also had a lot of fun playing with a felt version.
snowman themed art projects, this one based on popular children's book Snowballs by Lois Ehlert is our favorite. The colorful ice cube painting and salt paint snowmen also looked like a lot of fun and incorporated so many fun textures.