Build a Snowman Playdough

Do you want to build a snowman? It won’t matter if it is snowing or not, because when you craft this build a snowman playdough activity center, you can make a snowman whenever you feel like it. Making your own snowman activity center is easy; here is how you can get started!

Build a snowman Playdough activity center

Build a Snowman Playdough

Supplies needed:
Divided Tray (We found this one at Dollar Tree)
Assorted buttons
Assorted twigs
Felt scraps for scarves
Mini carrots
Wine corks glued to straws for pipes (optional, just a fun extra touch if you wish)

Snowman Playdough

For this build a Snowman Playdough activity you will also need play dough. For ours, we used a simple homemade mixture. Just mix 1 cup of flour, 1/2 cup salt, 1 cup of warm water, 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil, and 2 teaspoons cream of tartar. Mix until a soft dough forms. If you wish to bypass this step, you can always opt for store bought play dough in various colors.

Directions:
1. Place the dough in the center of the tray and fill in the surrounding compartments with your trimmings. If you want, you can give your child the job of sorting these trimmings into the compartments.
2. Have children chose from the trimmings and use them to build their snowman.
3. When children are done they can display their snowman or they can take him apart and build him again.

This Build a Snowman Activity Center is a great way to build motor skills in your child as well as encourage creativity and imagination. Children will love building their own little snowman from the materials provided and getting as creative as they chose!

Gather your supplies and try crafting your own Build a Snowman Sensory Playdough. As you can see it is an easy and inexpensive way to build a snowman right in your own home.

9 thoughts on “Build a Snowman Playdough”

  1. I am following you at Essential Wednesdays. I love the bin idea. Have you made the melting snowman with vinegar and baking soda?
    Blessings,
    Janis

  2. Oh my gosh I love this SO much! I can’t wait to do this with my girls and I think I already have all the materials! Thanks for sharing such a fun activity 🙂

  3. This looks like a ton of fine motor fun for preschoolers! I love how it can spark their imaginations. Thanks for sharing with Made for Kids, and I hope we see you this weekend for our all new link party (still at 10pm EST on Sundays).

  4. Deanna Hershberger

    So much fun!! My daughter would love this! Looks like we need to make some white play dough and get some carrots!!

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