The kindergartener loves Ten Little Snowmen on Starfall and plays it over, and over, and over, and….you get the idea. So, when it snowed recently, it seemed the perfect time to add a bit of crafting to that snowman song. This easy finger print painting snowman craft not only allows for creativity, it also lets kids do what they love – get their hands messy! Don’t worry, with your Painting Prep Bin on hand you’ll have everything you need to make sure the mess stays where it’s supposed to be and doesn’t get anywhere it’s not. Have fun and share your child’s version of the snowman painting with us on our Facebook page!
Finger Print Painting Snowmen Picture
Ages: 2+ (with adult supervision)
Time: 15-20 minutes
- Painting Prep Bin
- Blue Cardstock
- White tempera paing
- Paint brush
- Paper Plate
- Pour some white paint onto the paper plate.
- Use your fingers to paint ten little snowmen along the bottom half of the blue cardstock.
- Decorate the rest of the page with snowflakes, winter white trees, or add a decorative white border. (As you can see, our little Picasso went with snowflakes and the border.)
- Let the paint dry completely.
- After the paint is dry, use the markers to add scarves, eyes, buttons, arms, and noses to your snowmen.
- Display proudly on the refrigerator or snap a photo and use for next year’s holiday card.
Remember, messes can be cleaned up, so don’t be afraid to let your child get creative!