Have you seen Frozen 2 yet? My daughter and I went the opening weekend and loved it. As a preschool teacher I am often asked for ideas parents can use over the winter break. I love these crafts but they aren’t just winter activities they are crafts and activities that parents can do at home after Christmas and seeing the new Frozen movie. These Frozen 2 crafts will be huge hits at your house. Crafting is a great way to build on a novel experience by creating something hands-on after the show, but don’t worry if your kiddo isn’t into crafts we have games and other activities too.
Snow & Snowflake activities and crafts for Frozen 2
We created this gross motor game after the first Frozen movie but it might make even more sense after seeing Frozen 2. See how we did it here.
Snow Floam Your kids will love this fun and squishy snow floam! And it’s SOOO easy to make. We think Olaf would approve.
This rescue activity was created for the original film when my daughter was small and completely obsessed with Frozen. If you’ve seen Frozen 2 you know that roles might need to be reversed, and you’ll want to pop Elsa in the ice! I love this ice melting science activity and our kids will too.
This snowflake craft is perfect for little Frozen 2 fans learning all about shapes.
Wow, even the older kiddos with this beautiful bead snowflake craft. The previous snowflake is great for the toddler and young preschool age group but this one will delight older siblings. Of all the crafts in this list this one makes me think of Elsa the most.
This snow window activity is a hit year after year! Try it; it’s cheap to set up and kids can make and re-make Olaf just like Elsa and Anna do in the films.
You will love this free snowflake printable for scissor practice or symmetry tray
These hole punch snowflakes are easy to make and require almost no materials.
This snow slime in a jar is the perfect gift… ok some parents don’t think slime is a great gift, but I disagree!
Grab some great winter animal figurines and make some Footprints In The Snow ( psst! It’s playdough).
Work on name recognition with this fun Snow Names craft!
Create a winter wonderland at preschool with this winter play dough invitation to play!
Children love making these hot glue resist snowflakes.
Work on making shapes and learning the shapes of letters with this fake snow writing tray, it’s perfect for your literacy center!
I don’t think you can have a list of snowflake crafts without one made from popsicle sticks so… here you go! Check out these adorable popsicle stick snowflakes.
I love using q-tips for painting because they really encourage children to work on their pincer grasp that helps to develop proper hand positioning for handwriting but it does it organically! Make these q-tip painted snowflakes and see what I mean!
Print this snowflake matching game out and pop it on a tray for free choice time. Children love being detectives and matching them up!
Add this Blizzard in A Bottle sensory bottle to your calm down or science area and watch your students explore!
Preschoolers enjoy using anything that isn’t a paintbrush to paint… especially corks that make such a fun sound. These cork painted snowflakes are fun to create.
Last but not least in the list of snowflake crafts is this marshmallow snowflake that promotes fine motor and hand-eye coordination development while creating a snowflake we think Sven would probably think was pretty rad.
Snowman Crafts and Activities Olaf Would Love
Children can have a blast writing all sorts of things on this snowman’s belly. You can even help them write movie quotes! It’s a fun way to work some literacy into a snowman craft.
This marshmallow snowman craft is one of my all-time favorites and what’s not to love?
These snowman crayons are fun to make but also fun to use in writing centers too.
How completely awesome is this snowglobe snowman? This is a special craft that will delight your kids after seeing such a special film.
These simple snowman math mats are fun for children eager to use their new counting skills.
Are your favorite snow activities for preschool on this list of crafts for Frozen 2?
If not I’d love to hear what yours are and invite you to check out all our winter ideas for preschool here!
If you need even more ideas for winter learning at preschool check out our winter thematic units in our Teacher Shop!
Paige Cassandra Flamm says
These are so cute! My daughter would love working on all of these!