(These are my two amazing co-teachers, Lisa and Lea - love these two women!)
After much stuffing and primping, our snowman evolved! We sat him on top of two plastic crates and covered the crates with white paper and quilt batting.
Our students each created a likeness of themselves using construction and scrapbook paper to make winter clothing. We used the jumbo people shapes found HERE at Lakeshore.
Here are our snowman making kids.
Here are our ice skating kids.
Here is our snow hill. The sleds are made from Clementine orange crates. We found a clear plastic, polka dotted tablecloth to put over the snow hill.
These are our winter night silhouettes. We gave them only white and black oil crayons to create their snow scene. We told them at night, you really do not see colors. They used yellow construction paper for the windows and doors. They used white paint for the snow and then we sprinkled the whole picture with diamond dust glitter.
This cute snowman activity is from Kim Jordano which you can find HERE.