Welcome to another week of Mom’s Library! From snowmen to polar bears, I can’t wait to try these winter crafts for kids!
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Enjoy this ten-week Arctic-themed unit study!
Let your creativity flow with this snow collage!
Let kids practice spelling their name (or sight words!) with snowmen!
From basic addition to fine motor skills, this arctic animals printable pack is ideal for ages 2-7, and includes over 70 puzzles for your toddler!
Create a fuzzy, adorable, 3D penguin out of cotton balls and construction paper!
Hone your greater than less than skills with these free printables.
For a fun activity involving no scissors, try this q-tip painted snowman.
To balance all off the yummy cookies and cake over Christmas break, try these healthy winter snack alternatives.
Mix light blue paints for a watercolor feel for the background for this beautiful construction paper polar bear craft.
Practice balance with this beautiful snowflake pattern!
Practice counting with these winter-themed printables!
UP NEXT WEEK: WINTER PRINTABLES!
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