These winter themed bookmarks are yours to print and color. Add some colorful details with crayons or markers and your kiddos will have a bookmark they look forward to using!
Take an easy creative break with these winter bookmarks…
Winter is a busy season at our house and I know we’re not alone. Four kids playing basketball, all on different teams, plus holiday festivities means our days end up jam packed. Instead of slowing down and enjoying the month too often I find we’re rushing through the days.
On those crazy busy days I find the best antidote for the “rush” is to slow down and make something together. Now, if you’re not the crafty or artsy type bear with me. You may be thinking that dragging out art supplies sounds like one more thing to do. It doesn’t have to be that complicated.
Grab a box of crayons or markers. Maybe make a snack. And then sit down together and color. Color these winter bookmarks or sketch on paper. What you make isn’t nearly as important as the slowing down together part.
Winter bookmark ideas…
These winter themed bookmarks print four to a page. I used this counter top paper cutter to cut them apart and trim off a little excess before we started coloring. (It’s got no scary blades like the paper cutters of my childhood!) We also used this box of forty different colors of Crayola markers. Who knew Crayola made so many colors?!?
But, really these bookmarks require no special supplies. Just cut and color for a sweet creative break!
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More creative winter fun from KTC….
Whether you’re a teacher that serves kids from all different cultures or a family that doesn’t celebrate Christmas I have lots of projects that focus on the beauty of the winter season rather than a specific holiday. Winter in the Midwestern United States, where I’m from, means cold, now, and evenings that get dark by 5 pm. But there’s also so much beauty there to celebrate!
Use this tutorial to draw and paint the easiest snowflakes ever!
Chalk and glue combine for striking chalk pastel snowflake drawings.
This free printable stand up snow globe template is perfect for drawing and coloring and decorating a tabletop or mantle.
Cut snowflakes from wax paper and then use them as a resist in a watercolor painting for amazing, surprising results!