Snow, Snow, Snow: Art and Sensory Fun Part #2!

If you missed “Snow, Snow, Snow: Art and Sensory Fun Part #1“, start here!


Here’s how Day #2 of our project went:


First we admired how puffy the homemade snow paint dried.  Pretty cool!  We’ll definitely be making this paint again! 🙂

 



I taped L&L’s 3 painted circles together into snowman shapes.

  

Next I laid out all the materials L&L could use to make their snowmen: pom poms, cotton balls, sticks we’d gathered on a recent walk, beads, buttons, yarn, pipe cleaners, and GoGo SqueeZ and Organic Mashups squeezable fruit pouch tops that I’ve saved.

I had L&L plan what materials they wanted to use and lay out all the parts before I plugged in my glue gun.  

This took some direction on the part of DH and me since L&L basically just wanted to randomly put buttons all over their snowmen.  

We came up with pretty good compromises and once all parties were happy, I glued everything down for them using the glue gun.

Luke’s snowman

Lilah’s snowman
I think they turned out pretty cool!  L&L were pretty proud! 🙂

  

We hung them on their art display lines so we can all enjoy looking at them! 🙂


    

And then, just for fun, we drove cars in the snow (aka shaving cream) again!  I think L&L enjoy this activity almost as much as they like painting with cars. 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


This was a really fun 2-day project that I can definitely see us repeating again and again!

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Genny Upton

A former teacher turned stay at home mom to two preschool aged children. Creator (and writer) at In Lieu of Preschool and Parent Teach Play. Currently publishing my first children's picture book!

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