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Print out the snowman eyes, nose, and boots pattern. Member's Free Digital Download 2.
To make the head of the snowman crinkle up scrap paper and stuff a bag about half full. Tie off the end, and paint the bag white. To make the body of the snowman fill another paper bag almost to the top, and then fold down the top edges over each other and tape them down.
Paint the bag white. Roll it down againand then one more time. Don't worry too much about wrinkles. Paint the bag black or any color you would like. Glue the body to the head and then glue the hat on the head. Draw eyes and a carrot nose on white paper, and then color in the nose with the orange colored pencil.
Cut the eyes and nose out and glue them to the head. Draw on a mouth with the black marker. Cut feet and arm shapes from black construction paper and glue them to the snowman.
To make the coal buttons wrinkle up black construction paper and glue it to the snowmans body. Cut a strip of paper about two inches wide to glue around the snowmans hat. Use the crepe paper to make the snowmans scarf. Cut little slits at the end of the crepe paper to make it look like a scarf.
You never know how they will look until you are done. No two look alike. What you will need: Plastic Water Bottles with Lids - The thinnest you can find, the ones that make the crackly noise when you squeeze them work best.
Ribbon, Buttons, Felt, Twigs, etc. Remove the label from the water bottle.
Use a funnel to fill the bottom of the bottle with sand or dry rice to about one inch. This keep your snowman from falling over. Hold the bottom of the bottle with one hand and grasp the bottle about two inches up from the bottom with the other hand.
Twist the bottle like you would a blown up balloon. If the bottom part of the bottle has indents, blow into the bottle until the indents disappear.
Insert a pen or something long and skinny inside the bottle to punch out any areas at the top of the bottle that were dented in after twisting. When you have a shape you like, screw the lid back on the bottle. You can also make a melted snowman by pushing down on the top of the bottle to make it flatter.
Replace the lid when you have the desired affect. Paint the bottle with white paint and let it dry. If you are using acrylic paint, you will probably need two layers. To make the top hat draw two-inch circle on black craft foam and cut it out. Take the cap off the bottle and place it in the middle of the craft foam circle.
Trace around the outside and then cut out the circle. Replace the lid and place the cut out part of the circle over the lid.We believe spelling instruction should be ongoing, daily, and purposeful. Instruction should be interrelated and interconnected with all strands of language.
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Find fun Disney-inspired art and craft ideas for kids of all ages—including holiday and seasonal crafts, decorations, and more. Read the book "Snowmen All Year" and discuss what we would do with our snowmen if they stayed all year long. Make into class book, one page for each season.
. This is a Christmas Unit Of Work based around the story "Snowman all year". It can be used by - ESOL teachers (young learners, level A1) - PSHE teachers - primary teachers I have also attached the story. In the folklore of Nepal, the Yeti (/ ˈ j ɛ t i /) (Nepali: यती, Standard Tibetan: གཡའ་དྲེད) or Abominable Snowman is an ape-like creature taller than an average human, that is said to inhabit the Himalayan and Siberian regions of East ashio-midori.com names Yeti and Meh-Teh are commonly used by the people indigenous to the region, and are part of their history and mythology.
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