We used the same snowman base and gave him different clothes to create all kinds of mix and match ideas!
What you need:
First, cut out three circles and tack them onto cardboard or cardstock. If you cut them out for a younger child, make sure they do the work figuring out smallest to largest and stick them on themselves.
The first snowman we made had an orange hat, buttons, and arms. This is a great way to teach or reinforce colour matching as you create different ‘outfits’ for your snowman. Tack the pieces on using blu-tack so they can be easily removed.
Then you can create different matching outfits for your snowman and have your child dress him up!
Once you’ve got a variety of colours and pieces, your child can have fun mixing and matching.
Store away in a file folder or ziplock bag, and bring out for mix and match fun anytime!