This super cute winter bulletin board will get your students all excited about snowmen and identifying kind things they can do to other classmates.
Incorporating fun themed bulletin boards are a great way to inspire learning, social skills and positivity in your classroom.
I love to incorporate social skills where we can in class.
Winter bulletin board ideas
I find that this is a great way to begin the discussion about kindness, coping skills and more.
This super simple printable will include the editable template to create the snowman along with the name letter boxes as well as building the snowman craft.
Just print the cut outs you need to make the snowman along with the head pieces.
For my preschoolers, I help them identify kind actions and get them drawing all about the kind things they can do.
Olaf the snowman winter bulletin board ideas.
Like helping their classmate let someone go in front of them in the line, spend time with family, smile at everyone you see, talk to a new friend in class.
Why are bulletin boards important?
Bulletin boards are an excellent way for students to connect with each other, get information about upcoming events, or even find out about any news.
I like to use bulletin boards to display student work and promote kindness and diversity with this super fun craft!
How to teach kindness
Kindness and empathy are two of the most important qualities that we can teach our children.
And yet, it is often difficult to know where and how to start. This article will explore some ways that you can help your children develop these skills.
I like incorporating art and craft activities to promote kindness. Check out this fun fill a bucket kindness craft.
There are many different ways that we can help our children develop kindness and empathy skills. One of the best ways is through reading stories together.
Another way to nurture these skills is by teaching our kids how to be kind to themselves.
This might include encouraging them to do things they enjoy or telling them they have done well when they have achieved something in their day-to-day lives.
Kindness snowman craft
This snowman craft is super simple to make. Just gather the materials below and you’ll be well on your way to making this super fun craft for display in the classroom or anywhere!
The best part about this snowman craft is that it doubles as a name craft as well as a social skills kindness craft.
You can differentiate and use it how you wish to.
I like to use it with my preschoolers, but I get them to draw the kindness activities they would like to do that month.
Materials you will need:
- template below
- coloring crayons
- grey cardboard
To start, you will need to print the templates that you need to build the snowman.
Start by cutting the pieces that each student will need to build their snowman.
The pieces include the snowman head, hats and beanies, along with the editable name boxes. You can add these on the template itself.
Below is another kindness bulletin display. It isn’t winter themed though!
You can have the kids either draw on the kindness deeds or write what they will do.
Give them examples of this!
More name crafts you will like:
- Name Recognition Activity Santa Mail Sort Game
- Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Craft [Name and Social Skills]
- Gingerbread Bulletin Board Ideas [Cute Name Craft]
- Elf Craft Preschool Fun Name Writing Printable
More bulletin board ideas you may like:
- ESL Bulletin Board Ideas Grammar Time Popcorn Display
- SEL Bulletin Board Ideas Affirmation Templates
- 5+ Fantastic Take What You Need Give What You Can Bulletin Board Ideas
- Watermelon Bulletin Board Ideas
Winter Bulletin Board Snowman
This snowman craft template is available in my TPT shop.
You can download the templates and start making he craft.
Super fun and cute snowman name craft and a bulletin board option with a focus on kindness. Students will create their unique snowman and write about the kind things that they will do that month. You can choose to use this craft template as a bulletin board or as a simple name activity too.
This snowman craft is a very versatile one, just differentiate it based on the ability of the group you are teaching.