Ripping and tearing paper is a super-fun way for kiddos to strengthen those finger and hand muscles
The packet includes a pattern for a mosaic snowman
, as well as a whole, torn paper
My kiddos do one the first week of January, then the other at the end of the month.
Completed projects make an awesome bulletin board
or hallway display, which we keep up through February.
Older students can attach a winter writing prompt
to the bottom.
As a math extension
, have kiddos count
how many torn pieces they glued down, then write that number somewhere on their picture.
I'm Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your little ones enjoy making R & T snow folks as much as mine do.
The other snowman craft
that you see dangling from the ceiling in the photograph, is Silas, my 3D cylinder shaped snowman
, which also reviews 2D shapes
Click on the link to see this cute snowman windsock
Click here, to see more Snowflake & Snowman activities.