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Toddlers and Preschoolers

Free Christmas crafts for kids, including a variety of easy ideas that toddlers and preschoolers can make.



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Easy Christmas Crafts


free christmas crafts for toddler and preschooler


Important Note

It's important to note that all these crafts are ideas only. You can adapt any part of any craft idea - make it simpler or more complex - and alter it to use the products you already have on hand.

Help your child to do these steps only if they require it. Let them try to do it by themselves, unless stated. It's easier to show your child by making one too - plus it's fun and your child will enjoy the time you spend together.

Salt Snow in a Bottle

What You Need:

  • dry plastic bottle
  • salt - enough to fill a third of the bottle
  • funnel
  • glitter or star sequins - what ever you have - optional
  • pva glue or similar

What To Do:

  1. Using the funnel, fill the bottle with the salt about a third of the way.
  2. Add glitter, stars or whatever else you can find to make magical snow. (optional)
  3. Put a little bit of glue on the inside of the bottle's lid and seal.

snow craft

snow craft

Now you can shake the bottle as much as you want and let it snow ! This is best for small children who love to shake things and see what happens.

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Flour Snow in a Bottle

What You Need:

  • dry plastic bottle
  • flour - enough to fill a third of the bottle
  • funnel
  • glitter or jingle bells - what ever you have - optional
  • pva glue or similar

What To Do:

  1. Using the funnel, fill the bottle with the flour about a third of the way.
  2. Add glitter, stars, jingle bells or whatever else you can find to make magical snow. (optional)
  3. Put a little bit of glue on the inside of the bottle's lid and seal.

snow craft

snow craft

This is basically the same as the Salt Snow Recipe above, but the flour makes finer and smaller snowflakes. It looks completely different. Give both bottles to your toddler and let her decide which one she likes most.

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Hole Punch Scraps Snow in a Bottle

This is great opportunity to empty your hole punch!

What You Need:

  • dry plastic bottle
  • hole punch scraps - enough to fill a third of the bottle
  • funnel
  • glitter or star sequins - what ever you have - optional
  • pva glue or similar

What To Do:

  1. Using the funnel, fill the bottle with the paper scraps about a third of the way full.
  2. Add glitter, stars or whatever else you can find to make magical snow. (optional)
  3. Put a little bit of glue on the inside of the bottle's lid and seal.

snow craft

snow craft

The more glitter and colorful things you add to the scraps the more your toddler will love to watch the play of the colors and can spend hours being happy.

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Snow Globe Craft

snow globe craft

This craft activity can be messy - but it's worth it!

What You Need:

  • plastic bottle
  • piece of styrofoam from packaging etc. broken into little balls
  • funnel
  • water
  • corn syrup or glucose syrup
  • glitter or star sequins - what ever you can find
  • glue - pva or similar

What To Do:

  1. Using the funnel, fill the bottle with the styrofoam balls about a third of the way full.
  2. Add glitter, stars or whatever else you can find to make magical snow.
  3. Add a little bit of syrup - only fill bottle about a third full and then add water - do not completely fill bottle.
  4. Put a little bit of glue on the inside of the bottle's lid to seal.

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