Monday, January 12, 2015

Preschool Snowman Activity & Invitation to Play

This blog uses affiliate links. Basically, I make a small commission when you use these links, at no additional cost to you.


The Bright & Quirky Summit starts March 8th!

Looking for a snowman activity for preschoolers? Try this super simple invitation to play using loose parts and a mirror.

We love to build snowmen in the winter, but sometimes it's simply just too cold to go outside. The last few weeks, for instance, have been like -30 to -50 C! Brr.

So sometimes we have to get a bit creative when it comes to building a snowman. 

I thought it'd be fun to set up a simple winter themed invitation to play for my kids using some loose parts and a mirror.

This snowman activity and invitation to play is perfect for preschoolers. You can use it to work on body parts, creativity, fine motor skills, counting, and so much more. What kind of snowman will they create?

Snowman themed invitation to play for kids using loose parts and a mirror from And Next Comes L

A Simple Build a Snowman Preschool Activity Using Loose Parts & a Mirror

Low prep? Check. Engaging? Check. Winter themed? Check. Inspires creativity? Check. Keep the kids busy? Check.

Seriously, this activity was such a hit for my son and it was so much fun to see what kind of snowman he would create.

I'm sharing the full details over on the CBC Parents website.


SHARE THIS


Browse these popular categories

Hyperlexia Autism Anxiety Hypernumeracy ADHD Sensory processing Social stories Speech & language Emotions & self-regulation Sensory bin ideas I spy games Kids activities & crafts
The Bright & Quirky Summit starts March 8th!

0 comments:

Post a comment