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Snowman Crafts

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Snowman Thumbprint Art

Create this Snowman Thumbprint Art in your kindergarten classroom as your next winter craft! It's a great fine motor snowman craft idea for kids.

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Repurpose Pickle Jars into Frosted Snowmen-id#374638- by Budget101.com

These adorable snowmen jars are made from those large pickle jars in the bulk section of grocery stores. Their heads are light cover globes. frost the

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3D Snowman Craft

3D Snowman Craft B&W + Color printable 3D Snowman Craft File format - PDF Watch the video below for instruction: https://youtu.be/8AI2lMKp-kE Click Here for All Christmas Printables Click Here to Become a Member! Related products Ice Skating Polar Bears Craft Polar Bear Symmetry Drawing Worksheet 4 Winter Mazes Worksheets Fun in the Snow Craft

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Easy to Make Santa Claus Craft with Free Templates - Simple Mom Project

Looking for a fun and easy Christmas Santa craft your preschoolers and kindergarten kids to make in the classroom? This Santa Claus craft makes a perfect greeting card or diy Christmas ornament! Use the free printable Santa template and have a Merry Christmas! #Christmas #ChristmasCrafts #Santa #SantaCrafts #SimpleMomProject

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Snowman Crafts--Ornaments & Q-tips paintings

Snowman Class Q-tip Paintings, Clear-filled ornament & Thumbprint Ornament For our 2nd class, we made 2 ornaments and a painting. We started by finishing the Thumbprint ornaments. The first week, I painted each child's thumb & pressed it 3 times on a plain, blue ornament to make a snowman. Since we finished them week 2, they were obviously completely dry by then :). I had a bunch of sharpies, laid them all out for the kids and let them decorate their snowmen. Once again, they were all very creative!! Some went wild, like Landon--who put 4 arms on one of his-- and other were sweet and made cute snowmen. You can't go wrong with art and it was fun to see them be creative and make it their own. Next, we filled a clear ornament with small, white Styrofoam balls. I pre-filled plastic cups with the right amount of styrofoam and made small funnels out of paper for each child. Styrofoam is static-y and goes everywhere!! If I had it to do over, I might use the packaged, shredded white paper stuff, but the ornaments turned out so cute with the foam balls, if you can stand the mess use them!! I have a Silhouette cutter machine, so I cut eyes and mouth circles out of black vinyl and triangle noses out of orange vinyl. This worked out great & was easy!! If you can't do vinyl or some kind of stickers, you could paint the face on the ornament. We used pipe cleaners & pompoms as a earmuffs for the top. I pre-glued the pompoms to the pipe cleaners to save time. The worst part was the kids having to hold the earmuffs on while the glue dried. It just took sooooooooooo long...at least according to kids :). We did figure out that if you wedged them into the plastic cups just right, the cup would hold it all together while the glue dried. Last, we made Q-tip Snowmen paintings. (Once again, the kids made a demo at home to see how it went.) Close-up of Landon's class painting. The cutest thing was, that the youngest girl in class loved Landon's demo painting so much she wanted to do one just like it! (The small, squatty man above, left) This one is mine--it was so fun to make! Apparently, Savannah didn't want pictures taken of her projects or I just didn't take any...who knows. These are so simple! I bought a pack of card stock at Michael's with several shades of blue, a pack of Q-tips and used acrylic paint I had on hand. It really is fun to watch kids create & just see what comes out of their minds and onto paper. All these were really easy projects. Cost just depends on what you already have on hand to use. You can buy pompoms and pipe cleaners at the Dollar Tree, so you can get supplies inexpensively! (The pins I pinned for these ideas ended up being just pictures with no blogs or tutorials, or went to blogs, but I couldn't find an actual post about the picture. So can't give credit to anyone.)

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How To Make An Adorable Sock Snowman! - My Humble Home and Garden

Have you seen the adorable sock snowman DIY posts on Pinterest? For easy step by step directions, with pictures, click through! You'll love these!

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How to make a snowman using cups

Did you know you could make a snowman out of plastic cups? Well I didnt, but check out this tutorial. Wanda Buchner shares how she made her little snowman with just CUPS!

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Cotton Ball Snowman Craft – DIY Christmas Card for Kids

This Cotton Ball Snowman Craft makes the cutest little DIY Christmas card ever. It's cute, it's fluffy and it's personal. This project is great to make in the classroom, as a kid made card to

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