Five Frozen II makes that kids will love!

Elsa, Anna and Olaf are back! Have fun celebrating a brand-new Frozen adventure with these quick and easy crafts, which are perfect for kids aged 3-plus.

With ideas that include painting, a simple recipe (that kids will love to make as well as eat!), and a one-step Elsa crown, these makes are perfect for a birthday party and a playdate, too.

1) Do you want to build a snowglobe? A magical glitter craft

What you’ll need: a clear bottle or jar with a tight-fitting lid, water, glitter, light corn syrup (this slows down the ‘glitter fall’ for that snowglobe effect), stickers

What to do:

1. Fill the bottle or jar ½ full of water.
2. Now, your child tips in a handful of glitter!
3. Screw the lid on tightly and have your child shake the bottle up.
4. Unscrew and top up with corn syrup – leave room for air at the top! Screw the lid back on tightly.
5. Now your kid can decorate the bottle with stickers, or whatever they want!

2) Let it snow! How to paint a snowball scene

What you’ll need: light blue card, white and light blue paint, pompoms

What to do:

1. Your child dips different-sized pompoms in paint to print pale blue and white snowballs onto the card! (Tip: Keep their hands clean by using pegs to hold the pompoms!)

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3) Olaf… in the summer! A healthy snack that’s fun to make and eat

What you’ll need: A small bowl, Greek yoghurt, white chocolate buttons, black icing pen, chocolate twigs, orange segments

What to do:

1. First, your child fills a small bowl with yoghurt.
2. Then, they use the icing pen and white buttons to make 2 eyes.
3. Now they add the twigs to make stick arms and orange segments for a big nose!

4) Really royal: make a pipe cleaner crown!

What you’ll need: sparkly pipe cleaners, strong glue, pompoms (optional)

What to do:

1. Glue a ring of pipe cleaners together to fit your child’s head. Then, they can twist on more pipe cleaners to decorate their crown. Why not add pompoms, too?

5) Freeze fun: play a musical Frozen game!

What you’ll need: Frozen playlist

What to do:

1. Play Frozen songs and challenge your child to dance like Elsa, Anna or Olaf.
2. When you stop the music, they have to freeze!

Frozen II is in cinemas from Friday November 22nd 2019.

Did you know there’s a Frozen magazine for preschoolers?  The latest issue of Frozen Funtime magazine comes with a free kaleidoscope, glow in the dark stars and a special Frozen 2 colouring section. Your child can read and stick to solve the mystery of the Troll’s missing crystal and make their own crystal necklace. Available in all good supermarkets.