Help your child learn how to count with this fun Snowman Counting Activity. This is a fun activity for parents and a great center activity for teachers.
Now that the holidays are over, I’m excited to start sharing winter craft projects. And, when I think of winter I think of two things – cold weather and snow. We haven’t seen snow yet where we live but it’s definitely cold outside. And, I’m sure that we can all agree that a creative snowman craft is way more fun than dealing with snow outside.
So, today we’re having a little fun and learning our numbers with this Snowman Counting Activity. I made these super cute snowmen with my Cricut and added numbers to the earmuffs. I wanted us to practice counting from 1-10 and I wanted Easton to practice number recognition. So, I randomly picked a snowman and we reviewed the number shown, then we counted that many buttons and glued them onto the snowman.
Such a fun and easy counting activity for toddlers. It’s especially great because we can do 2-3 snowmen at a time and it’s the perfect length of time for a busy toddler.
Aren’t they the cutest? After you’re finished with all ten, you can make a fun banner with them to display in your home to practice counting 1-10. It would also be an adorable number banner to hang in a preschool classroom.
How to make this fun Snowman Counting Activity
Want to make your own Snowman Counting Activity? This is all you need:
- White Cardstock
- Black Cardstock
- Blue Cardstock
- Pink Cardstock
- Orange Cardstock
- Cricut Cutting Machine
- Cricut Cutting Mat
- Glue Stick
Step 1: Use this project in Cricut Design Space to cut and create the snowmen.
Step 2: Use your glue stick to create the snowmen. Add numbers to the earmuffs.
Step 3: Now, for the fun part. Count out the buttons according to the number on the earmuff and glue the buttons onto the snowmen.
Happy Crafting my friends!
Linda Shapiro says
The snowman is no longer accessible in Design Space 🙁
T. Hardy says
Tried to open this in Cricut design space, but nothing transferred over to my design space