- Piece of colored paper (We used purple construction paper)
- Pictures of Snowmen (We used some scraps of wrapping paper from christmas. It had snowmen and snowflakes on them. Snowmen stickers would also work) - If using wrapping paper or other pictures, have the pictures precut before beginning the project with the tot.
- Paint Brush
- Glitter (Optional)
I first spread the glue on to the colored paper for R. I then gave her one snowmen/snowflake at a time and she stuck them onto the paper. She is very particular about the way the snowmen should be. They all had to be picture up which in my opinion is pretty good for a 16 month old. After R. tired of placing the snowmen on the paper, I sprinkled a little glitter on the remaining glue to add some shimmer! I always write R's name and the date on the projects.
- A piece of black paper (We used a 12x12 piece of black cardstock from my scrapbooking stash)
- White paint (Of couse we use crayola washable paint - It's the best)
- Paint brush & Paint Cup (ours are from discount school supplies and work great, however any type of cup would work and any paintbrush however one with a bigger "brush" part is great for this age)
- Glitter (optional)
The finished "Snowstorm"
R. also had fun playing with her mega blocks, puzzle and ball pit. Another thing she is working on is climbing onto her chair and off of her chair. She is getting the hang of it and only fell off once today. We can't wait for tomorrow for some more "tot time" fun.