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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Paper Plate Snowman


This activity is pretty straight forward. My little girl asked if we could make a snowman, so I dug up a few supplies. It's super quick and really fun to let them put together. You just need buttons, wiggly eyes, construction paper (or foam), glue, and tape.
I cut all the pieces and let her decide where she wanted to place everything. She was so tickled that there is a button on the snowman's carrot nose. Fun craft in a pinch, especially if you want to keep the winter theme going. We're trying, despite the 61 degree weather today.
We also made snowflakes! I cut them out and she unfolded them and helped decide where to hang them.

1 comment:

Plowmanators said...

Very fun! I like that. That looks great for toddlers especially.

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