There is a particular time in winter, this exact time to be precise, when all of that cold and grey can get really... old. With March so near, but true spring still pretty far off in the distance, it can be hard to muster up excitement for these late February days that tend to be a bit on the dreary side. So today, we've made a little survival kit to help you and your kiddos make it through the next few weeks.
First on the list is this fun and very colorful Snowball Watercolor Activity. Perfect for cold and gray snowy days.
Next up is. . .
. . . this lovely shadow painting activity. Great for days when there is a bit of sun, but the branches are still bare in the cold winter air.
And for those times when all you see is white, here's an activity that will help you see the rainbow of color hiding in every snow crystal.
Have a junk drawer full of odds and ends? Turn them into an exciting and colorful game of Stick Stacks!
Can't wait another day to see a few blooming flowers? Give this fabric flower craft a whirl and then perhaps invite a. . .
. . . ladybug or two to wander through your new garden in this warm and cozy DIY ladybug costume.
Or, make this wonderful rainbow ribbon wand to fill your home with colorful magic.
And when you really can't go another day without a few beautiful plants, pull out some of your favorite plant dyes and conjure up a little color from last season's harvest.
Need even more color? Try out some of these fun crafts too: