Here’s a simple activity you’ll love! This easy Torn Paper Snowflake craft is perfect for all ages and is super quick to set-up too! The list of materials is only 4 and you probably have all of them at home, isn’t that sweet!
This craft is a great way for kids to stay busy, happy and learning! Perfect for fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination and as an independent activity. Take a look below to see exactly what areas of child’s’ development are being improved and how!
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Materials for Torn Paper Snowflake:
- Tear the light blue cardstock into about .5″- 1″ pieces and place in a bowl (my little wooden bowl is from Hobby Lobby).
- Next, using the permanent marker or pencil, draw a large, simple snowflake on the white cardstock.
- Prepare the glue stick and light blue torn pieces for the child to glue.
What is my child learning and improving?
- Hand-eye coordination (gluing the small pieces of cardstock along the snowflake lines)
- Fine motor skills (picking up the pieces of cardstock, gluing)
- Independence (great activity for some quite, down time where the child can easily work on his/her own as there are no hard directions to follow)
This is an awesome craft to use up those old pieces of scrap paper. Even purple, lilac and pinks will look beautiful!
Make this easy Torn Paper Snowflake craft today with your kids while there’s still snow on the ground and when you do, let me know in the comments if your kids enjoyed this craft! 🙂