Crafts are great any time of the year, but I especially love this collection of winter crafts for kindergarten. There are so many creative ways to decorate and explore new topics with your students here. Enjoy!
Winter Crafts for Kindergarten
Owls are some of my favorite winter animals. This snowy winter craft is perfect to start off your fun winter! It’s a great process art activity too.
Create this fun penguin craft for your students that need a little extra number recognition practice. They will love counting pom poms while they decorate their favorite winter animals.
Your students are going to love this fun winter art activity. I love the use fo color in this beautiful snowflake painting activity.
Little learners love their snacks! This winter create a fun craft along with a healthy snack as your students create a simple winter tree.
This is a beautiful way to explore science and art this winter! Students will love seeing their favorite winter materials frozen in the cold weather.
Penguins are my favorite winter animals! Create a fun handprint penguin craft with felt to add to your winter crafting time.
I can’t believe how cute this craft turned out! Create a thumbprint snowman with your little learners as a fun keepsake for this winter.
We read a lot of books in the winter. I’m sure you do too! Add this fun penguin themed bookmark craft to your winter crafting time as a way to encourage your little learners to read.
DIY snow globe is sure to be a classroom favorite! You’ll need a couple extra materials for this craft, but your students are going to be thrilled with the final product.
Isn’t this polar bear paper plate craft adorable? You can use this craft to jump start your non fiction winter study of arctic animals too!
Do you have a button collection like I do? Bring those when you set up this fun button snowflake craft! These turn out beautiful and so unique.
Nature walks are so much fun in the winter months! Collect extra pine cones on your next nature walk to create this rhinestone pinecone activity.
Decorate your classroom with this fun snowflake craft! Students will love creating glitter winter clings and seeing their work displayed during the winter months.
Sneak in a little math with this invitation to create a snowflake! You’ll need a couple extra materials for this activity, but your students will LOVE it!
Create a fun gross motor activity in your classroom this winter with painters tape! Create a snowflake on the floor and challenge your little learns to stay on while they play this fun winter balance game.
Build a snowman with this invitation to create! Allow creativity to thrive with fun winter craft challenges like this. Use craft trays to keep materials organized as your little learns make their best work.
Grab your craft stick stash for these sweet penguin craft. I love the fine motor skills your little learners need to make a beautiful craft to decorate your classroom this winter.
Do you love using recycled materials in your crafts? I do too! You’ll love creating these icicles with your students and helping them learn how to use recycled materials in their crafting.
My confession? We have a huge collection of paper rolls at our house. BUT they are perfect for art projects like this snowman art activity!
Here’s another great penguin craft for your little learners! You’ll need your paper plates and paints for this sweet penguin craft for kids.
I love this winter hats craft! Your students will be able to decorate their own winter hands to use in your winter classroom decorations!
Don’t miss adding this groundhog craft to your winter learning! Paper plate crafts are some of my favorite crafts and they are so simple to add to your groundhog unit study.
Oh my! This is adorable! Save your own newspaper for a polar bear craft your studnets are going to be excited to take home to show their parents.
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