Snowflakes are a lot of fun to make in elementary art classes, but young students have a hard time making snowflakes with 100% success rate. This lesson plan includes very easy instructions on how to break down making paper snowflakes so students won’t end up with 2 or 4 small bits of paper instead of a beautiful snowflake. There are two methods described: a square based and triangle based snowflake.
This project is great to do once winter begins or around the holidays. It helps students improve their cutting and gluing skills.
This work by Klaire Pearson
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