When it’s too cold to go outside and play, Miffy finds fun indoor activities to do throughout the day. Try Miffy’s winter-themed activities today and share your experience on Miffy’s Instagram or Facebook page for a chance to win a Miffy winter giveaway!
- Colored construction paper
- Decoration items (options include: ribbons, bows, large gems, cotton balls)
- Popsicle sticks
- Craft glue or tacky glue
- Decoration items (options include: cotton balls, large gems, glitter paint, beads, silver sharpie, etc.)
For Breakfast Snowman
- 2 Hardboiled eggs
- 1 piece toast
- Tomato or red pepper
For Dessert Snowman
- 3 marshmallows
- 2 pretzels
- Chocolate sprinkles or chocolate candy bar
- 1 popsicle stick
- Orange candy or small piece of orange
Snowflake Art Instructions
Using a dot of glue in the center of popsicle sticks, glue together the centers of 3-4 sticks to form a snowflake shape. Let it sit to dry for several minutes before decorating. Design popsicle stick snowflakes using the decorations you have on hand. Be creative and use your imagination…Remember, no two snowflakes are identical and they are all beautiful! Warning: Small parts can be choking hazards and are not recommended for use with small children.
Mitten Craft Instructions
Place a hand palm down on top of construction paper. With a pencil or light colored crayon, outline the thumb and then the shape of the rest of the hand. Do the same thing on the other side. Next, decorate as you like! Finally, cut small holes in the bottom of each and string pipe cleaner between the two mitten, tying a small knot at the end.
Edible Snowman Instructions
Holiday treats are always delicious, and more fun than ever when they look like a snowman!
Take a hardboiled egg and slice off two edges so it lays flat against a plate while still retaining a round shape. Push thinly sliced celery stalks into the side to create arms and use three small pieces of grapes to create buttons. Take another hardboiled egg and cut off both sides. Place that egg on top of the snowman body. Next, add two small pieces of tomato, a tiny triangle of cheese for mouth and cut pepper for the mouth. Finally, add a hat made out of a piece of toast laid horizontally on the head.
Place three marshmallows on pretzel. Add chocolate chips for buttons and eyes, licorice for mouth and a candy for nose. Split half of a chocolate wafter or crème sandwich to make a hat.
Play some music while you work on these activities for even more fun! Check out the links below for some great “snow tunes”.