Are you looking for a fun winter craft that uses different shapes? This shape snowman is so much fun to make for kids of all ages. This easy craft gives young children the chance to work with and identify basic shapes while making a cute snowman.
There is no wrong way to do this craft. Use the shapes to create your own snowman in any way you want. This fun snowman craft is a wonderful way to talk about the shape names as you put the paper snowman together.
- free printable
- glue stick
- construction paper (optional)
- Print the template onto white paper.
- Put together the basic snowman shape by arranging the circle shapes from smallest to largest. You can glue the circles to each other or glue them onto a large piece of construction paper (black paper or blue paper).
- Use the little circles as coal buttons.
- Attach the carrot nose.
- Use a black marker or googly eyes for the snowman’s eyes.
- At the top of the snowman, add a hat with the oval and square.
- Don’t forget to add the rectangle arms.
Download the Snowman Shapes Craft
Easy Snowman Crafts
Here’s a huge collection of snowman crafts and activities for your Winter theme.
From paper plates and egg cartons to boxes and bottles, these crafts and activities use simple materials you probably have on hand. Read more about our favorite Snowman Crafts and Activities for Kids to find another fun craft to try.
Does your family love jokes? They are a fun way to connect with each other. Check out our snowman jokes for kids. Print the page of jokes and share one snowman joke each day at dinner together.
Looking for another shape activity?
Use shapes to make these different Christmas trees in this Christmas Tree Cut and Paste Activity. Have your child strengthen fine motor skills and scissor skills by cutting the shapes out or cut them out for them. Kids will also work on the skill of sequencing and visual discrimination as they order the shapes by size.
Make a Nativity Shape Craft with our free printable shapes. The fun part of this craft is that even the toddlers can make a nativity scene by matching the shapes to the outline on the mat.
Try these symmetrical pattern block mats. Just print and play. They are a great way to create and build with different shapes.
Does your child love trains? This train shape matching activity is a fun thing to connect and build as they work on matching shapes.
Sunday 18th of December 2011
We've made our too-
Deborah J. Stewart
Saturday 19th of December 2009
This is really cute - you could cut the shapes from construction paper too!