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These cute Snowmen at Night crafts and art projects will be perfect for a winter afternoon activity. You’ll find cute art projects for all different ages.
Kids love having the opportunity to build snowmen on a winter afternoon. But, they are intrigued by the fact that their snowman might look a little different when they wake up in the morning. The snowman may be a little slouchy or shorter or even gone.
Snowmen at Night is a great book to read to your students after they spend the afternoon building a snowman. This story is sure to spark a discussion about what they think their snowmen do at night.
Snowmen at Night Crafts and Art Projects for Kids
This yarn pom pom snowman (and snow lady) is so cute. Making homemade pom poms is a great motor activity, too.
Use round nylon dish scrubbers to make some sponge-painted snowmen. Then, use a variety of craft supplies to dress them.
With water color paints and coffee filters, young artists will enjoy creating their own snowmen on a colorful coffee filter art nighttime background.
Tearing paper is a great fine motor activity for young students. This open-ended Snowmen at Night torn-paper craft is a great follow-up activity for this book.
The silhouette snowmen in this art project provide a fun twist on snowman art.
This version of a torn paper snowman project uses toilet paper instead of construction paper. Little ones are sure to get a kick out of it!
These sponge-painted snowmen are so cute. With sponges and q-tips, little ones can make snowmen on a nighttime background and then dress them with scrapbook paper and buttons.
These mixed-media snowmen are great for older artists to try. With a combination of oil pastels, paint, and tissue paper, kids will enjoy making this art project over the course of a few sessions.
For kids who enjoy using chalk pastels, this chalk pastel Snowmen at Night project is sure to inspire your artists to recreate their favorite scene from the story.
This fun tutorial teaches children how to add perspective to their snowman drawings. Will your students choose a view from the top or the bottom?
Young children will enjoy using ordinary table salt to create a sparkly snowman.
Here’s a fun challenge for older students! This Snowman Starry Night painting tutorial reminds me of something you’d create at a local, professional step-by-step painting place.
I love the idea of using cotton rounds and cotton balls to create these daytime and nighttime snowmen. The kids can really add some personality to their artwork.
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Which of these fun Snowmen at Night crafts will you do first? Let me know in the comments.