Web Links for Snowman Fun

By Troy Corley

SnowmanBuilding a snowman is one of childhood’s winter rituals, but what if it’s too cold outside or there’s no snow where you live?

Sled the Web for snowman fun that you can bring inside.

Start with the Frosty the Snowman World Site  and turn your computer screen into a winter wonderland with snowman screensavers and desktop themes. The site also has free downloadable interactive Frosty jigsaws, memory and Tetris games.

Let the kids build a virtual snowman. The snowmen at Billy Bear 4 Kids  and Primary Games  have minimal graphics for little ones.

Dress up a paper doll snowman from Danielle’s Place or DLTK’s Crafts for Kids pages and print snowman pieces that kids can color and glue. Both are suitable for toddlers to do.

For some more printable snowman fun, Kids’ Turn Central  offers four snowman coloring pages, while Santa Lives has easy snowman connect-the-dots.

Elementary students might enjoy counting by fives with the connect-the-dots from ABC Teach. 

Top off the fun with easy-to-make vanilla wafer cookie snowmen from’s family crafts site.

Happy Frosty Fun!