Olaf Hat {free printable template}

Who doesn't love an adorable snowman that sings? I know I do! So, when it came time to do alphabet crafts for the letter "O" with my Preschool class, I knew I had to come up with a fun Olaf craft. Take a peek at the adorable Olaf hats we made (below)... and download the FREE template to make them with your own kids or class.

How cute is my 5 year old in his Olaf hat?  To make your own hat:

1)  Download a pdf version of the Olaf hat I designed here and print it onto cardstock. Or... if you have trouble accessing the download:

Click on the photo below, save it to your computer, and print it like a regular 8x10 photo. (Please enjoy this free printable for your personal use... but do not sell it or republish it.)

2)  Have the child color the template.

3)  Have the child cut along the line to separate the face from the teeth and branch.  They should also cut out the branch and teeth.

4)  Add another strip of paper to the face to form a headband that fits the child.  Tape in place.

5)  Use tape to attach the branch and teeth.

That's it!  Do you have a Frozen fan that would enjoy making this Olaf hat?  I think it is a fantastic craft for Preschoolers (and older children too)!

Gina (aka East Coast Mommy)

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  1. So cute!! Would love to have you share at Sharing Saturday this week!

  2. Our five year old son enjoyed making and wearing his Olaf hat as part of his youngest brother's first birthday celebration.

    1. That's fantastic! Thanks for leaving such a lovely comment. :-)

  3. Thank you for this template! We printed it on a plotter to make it easy way ))) Our son looked different from other snowmans with buckets on their heads. And it's a good different )))

  4. Thank you! My son has a frozen party at school tomorrow and you just saved the day!

  5. Brad fasteners help create an adjustable hat that will last as the child grows or shares the hat with a medium to large plush toy.

  6. Are other alphabet crafts available?

    1. YES! Here's the link: http://eastcoastmommyblog.blogspot.ca/2014/08/alphabet-crafts-to-z.html


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