Our family has a little snowflake party every year around the first of December. The supplies are simple: white copy paper and scissors. We fold and snip, then ooooooh and aaaaaah at the beautiful creations. The floor looks like we had a blizzard!
The easiest way to display the snowflakes is to gluestick them to the windows. They come off easily and cleanup just requires a towel and some warm water. Last year we used our snowflakes to create a Winter Wonderland. It was so pretty!!
We like to use these free templates for our snowflakes, because they tend to all start looking the same if we just freehand it. Have fun crafting a snowstorm with your family!
Page & pages of Paper Snowflake Patterns
Simple Snowflake Patterns for younger kids
Do a little Snowflake Funschool this Christmas:
These Festive Family Bloggers are sharing Festive Activities for Kids:
FREE Printable Thanksgiving Day Cards and Gifts Kids Can Make @ Happy and Blessed Home
7 Christmas Toddler Play Activities @ Adventures of Adam
DIY Snowflakes Garland @ La Cite’ des Vents
Lego Christmas Activities @ Gypsy Road School
Create Time Capsule Christmas Ornaments with Kids @ Bare Feet on the Dashboard
Outdoor Christmas Tree @ Peace But Not Quiet
Snowflake Template Roundup @ Are We There Yet?
Christmas Light Family Scavenger Hunt and Bingo @ ALLterNATIVElearning