I explained the concept to my kids and took their picture. Not quite as cute as the glitter but they are still cuter than what I did last year!
After drawing and coloring, they outlined their pictures with extra fine point black Sharpie markers. Glitter just seems to make everything better. I took their pictures in front of a blank background, and told them to pose how they would like to be positioned with their snowman in the snow globe!
They talked about it getting so cold that you can see your breath. I modeled how to draw a snowy scene. My kids wrote their imaginary writing piece and I glued it to the bottom of large construction paper. Final copy of the flip book placed on the base.
They made connections to movies or TV shows they had seen that had people wearing coats, gloves, etc. We talked about what they knew about snow and winter.
Ahhh, they are just so cute! I put them up on the door outside our classroom so everyone could see them! The project was complete! Good Luck and Happy Crafting!
I told the kids ahead of time to come dressed for the snow! I hope that helps clear up any assembly confusion. Good Luck and Happy Crafting! To get just the right size "globe" I used an Easter bucket I bought from Target a couple of years ago.
I turned the paper right side up to make sure no salt came out and ta-da! A lot of people have asked about the snow glitter. Next, I put a handful of epsom salt in the middle of the circle. My favorite writing activity of the year!
Normal snow scenes are transformed into magical fantasy lands! Then they glued their picture on the paper, painted their snowman, and added accessories when it was dry! This is a wonderful classic!
They turned out so well! I turned the paper right side up to make sure no salt came out and ta-da! I explained that they may want to act like they want out of the snow globe or like they are enjoying the snow.
Then I traced a faint circle in pencil that the was same size at the clear, plastic bowls that I bought for the project. We then wrote our final copies on the layered booklets, cut out the globes and bases and let the fun begin!
I explained that they had to pose like they were cold or really stuck in a snow globe when we took their pictures and this is what they came up withDec 06, · My favorite writing activity of the year! I love all things winter, add in some glitter and you have a project that is sure to be a hit!
I did this project with my students last year, and the haunted houses I did this year was a play on this snow globe writing ultimedescente.com: Tara Teaches. If I lived in a snow globe writing activity, Snowman Math and Literacy Fun!
Cute for bulletin board If I lived in a snow globe writing prompt (can be done as a 5 senses poem for older kids, typing the final draft so it will fit in a smaller space) Frosty the Snowman Christmas Tree EASY to make log Christmas tree stand for faux tree.
Nov 04, · Store-bought snow globes tend to be expensive and delicate, but a DIY snow globe is an inexpensive winter decoration that is tough enough for kids to play with.
This snow globe is made with just a few supplies, and the craft is simple enough for kids to make themselves/5(). Winter Crafts, Activities, & Writing Prompts – Snow Globe Use these fun printables to create a winter snow globe themed craftivity.
Display this winter craft on your bulletin boards and classroom doors, use the stand-up option, or hang from the ceiling to showcase your students’ writing and creativity.4/5(82).
Bulletin Board "If I lived in a snow globe." writing prompt and bulletin board idea. Great activity after reading The Snow Globe Family:) Find this Pin and more on Snow globe by sharon kubeja.
Narrative Writing Prompt - "If I Lived in a Snow Globe.". This writing lesson and craft revolving around snow globes helps bring winter to the classroom, even if live in a place without snow!
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