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Winter craft: Mittens (idea for reading mitten books... Jan Brett, etc.)

Daily Life of a Mommy to a Princess: Handprint Mittens

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Christmas Crafts, Snowman Crafts, Winter Crafts, Up Cycling Snowman, Craft Ideas

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I don't know about you, but I'm loving snowmen these days. I think they're so stinkin' cute.  We had our Jog-A-Thon last week and my kiddos were given water bottles.  I knew they had to be used for something!  And ta-da, the snowman idea popped into my mind. Here's what you need need: water bottles {big or small or even both} black sharpie orange puffy paint ribbon for scarves packing peanuts or cotton balls Q-tips Have students tear off the wrapper and dry out the water bottles {I had them leave them upside down for the morning and then right-side up in the afternoon}. Have students draw eyes, a coal mouth, and buttons on their water bottle.  You can even glue on cute buttons, but this was a last-minute idea and I was short on time! While students were drawing their faces and buttons, I walked around with orange puffy paint and added a carrot nose. Then, have them fill up their water bottle with white packing peanuts or cotton balls.  I put a huge box with packing peanuts and let each table group sit around it and fill up their bottles.  Luckily, I received a package with lots of packing peanuts. I even have so many left over for next year! I had the students line up and tell me what color ribbon they wanted for their scarf.  Just a quick tip: have students work with a partner to tie their ribbon onto the water bottle.  Have one partner hold both ends of the water bottle while the other kiddo does their best to tie a knot. How cute are these?  I fell in love with this little Snowman family and so did my kids.   While they were working independently on another activity, I called up each group so I could glue on the Q-tip arms.  I had the student hold the water bottle sideways and I added some hot glue and placed the Q-tip onto the glue.  It took about 10 seconds to dry.  Then I had the child turn the bottle onto the other side and added the Q-tip. So that's it, easy peasy craft.  Here's a freebie for you to incorporate writing into this fun craft!

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Tales from Outside the Classroom: Winter's Back?!?!?

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Tales from Outside the Classroom: Winter's Back?!?!?

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Tales from Outside the Classroom: Winter's Back?!?!?

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Tales from Outside the Classroom: Winter's Back?!?!?

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Tales from Outside the Classroom: Winter's Back?!?!?

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Mrs. Wood's Kindergarten Class: animals in winter

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Mrs. Wood's Kindergarten Class: animals in winter

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Mrs. Wood's Kindergarten Class: animals in winter

Mrs. Wood's Kindergarten Class: Animals in Winter Research!

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Free penguin cut, paste, and write the sentence printable page. Terrific winter activity for beginning readers and writers in Kindergarten and 1st grade.

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Bird Feeders from Oranges DIY - great project with children

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snowman snacks...will be perfect for Little Misses class Christmas party :)

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snowman treats

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Hahaha!

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