I am over at Sugar Bee Crafts today with a fun Frozen project for preschoolers! Really, this could be done with any age (can you say, birthday parties or rainy days?). But I created a printable that puts an educational spin on things. My preschooler loves crafts, but she is messy. This is such a fun mess free project! Find out how to do it here: Sugarbeecrafts.com
If you will be using these pages for ice painting using Epsom salt, I highly recommend printing them on heavy paper or card stock.
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I signed up for the archive to get the Frozen printable, but not locating it there, thoughts?
Hi Tiffany! The Frozen printables are located in the “Fun & Educational Kids Printables” category. Find them here: https://www.allthingswithpurpose.com/programs/free-membership/educational-and-kids-printables/
I am trying to download the Frozen printable so that my daughter can ice paint with friends on it at her birthday party on Saturday, but there doesn’t seem to be a printable here. I can only click on an image of all three pages as pictured above instead of each page individually.
The printables are all located in our printables archive! Subscribe using the box above to be given the password! :)
I loved this idea so much on Sugar Bee Crafts that I had to come check out your blog! I grew up outside Detroit, went to Cedarville, and we’re considering homeschooling, so I feel like I have so much in common with you all and I’m excited to read more!
Oh that is so cool! Thanks for coming by! What year did you graduate from Cedarville?