I took a little break from blogging (which was very much needed). My blog does not make any money, neither do I have the time to commit to making money with it. So I am not obligated to post regularly as a profitable blog may require. However, I will try to post at least once a week, or more if I can because I still love the idea of blogging for the fun of it and to help us remember the things we did as a family. But even the idea of once a week gets overwhelming at times!
Anyway, I have NOT yet come across a young child who is not in love with the movie, Frozen. Even our 18 month old daughter finds it very entertaining, especially the songs and the funny parts of the movie. our 3 year old daughter wants to watch the movie every second of the day. In fact, she calls herself, Anna, and calls me Elsa🙂 So I have to set limits with Frozen. Both kids can be heard singing parts of the song, Let it Go, very often.
I have come up with a few craft and activities they can do at home. They are geared from preschoolers age or younger if they can do it. Our 18 month old helped paint a few items below. Frozen themed coloring pages is another great activity that they do often. Our 18 month old really enjoys coloring!
Now unto the activities.
- Shaving Cream Sensory Activity
Craft Item holders
To make: Paint white Styrofoam cups with blue acrylic paint. Sprinkle with silver, white, or even blue glitter while the paint is still wet. Allow to dry. If desired, hot glue on some blue ribbons on the cups.
Popsicle stick figures
To make: Print out a Frozen character printable. Go here for an example. Cut out the characters. Hot glue them unto popsicle sticks. Tie with ribbon bows, if desired.
Popsicle Stick Snowflakes
To make: Use blue popsicle sticks or paint them with blue acrylic paint. While the paint is still wet, add blue, white, or silver glitter. Let them dry. Next, glue the sticks together as shown in the above photo. Then glue on white pompoms or small cotton balls unto the edges and one in the middle. (I used large cotton balls cut into small pieces).
Have fun creating with your little ones!
She looketh well to the ways of her household, and eateth not the bread of idleness (Proverbs 31:27).