If you’re looking for some 1 year old baby games, then you have to try this snowflake game. This 1 year old baby game is perfect for playtime with baby! Kids of all ages can enjoy this snowflake drop game, but it’s particularly great for babies and toddlers. Plus, this DIY snowflake game is not only easy to put together, but a budget-friendly craft. This snowflake game is the perfect at home baby and toddler craft and activity.
Create a simple snowflake game that can double as baby toy or game with these snowflake game instructions. Some of these materials are very specific, but feel free to modify this snowflake game so that it is custom for you and your kid. This snowflake game is perfect for fine motor skill practice and to practice hand eye coordination and the best part is, this fun winter game is budget friendly.
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Supplies Needed To Make This Easy Snowflake Game For Toddlers
How To Make This Snowflake Game For Your Baby and Toddlers
Now it is time to put it all together!
Use the white paint pen to draw snowflakes and Snowflake Drop on the sides of the plastic jug.
Use the supplies (or other stamps) to add snowflakes to the wooden circles.
Under careful supervision, let baby drop the snowflakes and listen to the sounds they make.
Creating snowflakes from some different materials might be fun as well. Craft pom poms, cotton balls and paper snowflakes would all feel different to the touch and make different sounds.
Our Experience With These 1 year old baby games
My little one adored this game. I feel like he loved listening to the tokens making sounds in the container more than anything. But that is okay. We cheered every time he put them in. We poured them out and counted them. And when we had all the tokens in the container we shook it up and made fun music. There are so many ways little ones will enjoy this 1 year old baby game.
- clear, clean plastic jug (I found mine at the dollar store.)
- white paint pen
- unfinished wooden circles
- Self-Inking Stamper
- Peel & Stick Stamps
- Turquoise Ink Pad
- Blue Ink Pad
- Use the white paint pen to draw snowflakes and Snowflake Drop on the sides of the plastic jug.
- Use the supplies (or other stamps) to add snowflakes to the wooden circles.
- Under careful supervision, let baby drop the snowflakes and listen to the sounds they make.
More DIY Toys and Games From Kids Activities Blog
Kids Activities Blog doesn’t think that toys have to be bought! There are so many ways to create fun at home with things already owned. Here are some other DIY toy activities with a winter theme.
How did your baby like this snowflake game?