Let's kick things off with these pretty pipe cleaner and bead snowflakes which also double as a fine motor and a math activity as your child can explore patterns and counting while working with those small beads.
If you're looking for a mess free activity you can't go wrong with paper plates and yarn! This sweet snowflake craft is a great way to introduce your child to some simple sewing and have them practice their fine motor skills which helps with handwriting.
Painted coffee filters, pinwheel pasta and paper straws come together to create awesome texture in this winter kids craft. This fun snowflake craft is also a fun way for kids to be creative with symmetry when creating their own, unique snowflake design.
These beaded snowflakes will look beautiful hanging in the window as a sun catcher. Just follow the simple step by step instructions to learn how to make this simple DIY wire bead snowflake ornament craft.
This one is a snowflake craft for older children because it's quite intricate. These snowflakes are SO PRETTY! No one would ever guess they were made from paper rolls. Who knew such a simple, recycled material could look so beautiful?
Quilling is the wonderful art form of rolled strips of paper, glued together to create a decorative design. Check out this craft that uses this paper quilling within a toilet paper tube frame to create a stunning snowflake. This one is perfect for your elementary student, or even a teen who wants to learn something new.
Here's a fun mess-free activity for the little ones to get stuck into. Making snowflakes from cotton balls! If they manage to complete the craft without using up all of the balls you could even use them to have an indoor snowball fight!
I love this dot sticker snowflake craft because it's brilliant for developing fine motor skills. Don't write this one off as a toddler activity because its great for your kindergartener or first grader too!