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After reading a wintry book, allow your students to make snow paint. Snow paint is inexpensive, easy to make, and tons of fun. To make snow paint simply mix equal amounts of white glue and shaving cream together. Cut out various winter shapes such as snowmen and snowflakes from cardstock. Allow your little ones to spread their snow all over their shapes. When the snow paint dries, it will become puffy. Your students will have a blast with this activity!

After reading a wintry book, allow your students to make snow paint. Snow paint is inexpensive, easy to make, and tons of fun. To make snow paint simply mix equal amounts of white glue and shaving cream together. Cut out various winter shapes such as snowmen and snowflakes from cardstock. Allow your little ones to spread their snow all over their shapes. When the snow paint dries, it will become puffy. Your students will have a blast with this activity!

16 Winter Art Projects for Kids - A selection of gorgous snowy Winter art projects for kids using various process art tehniques to keep the kids busy this Winter.

14 Wonderful Winter Art Projects for Kids

16 Winter Art Projects for Kids - A selection of gorgous snowy Winter art projects for kids using various process art tehniques to keep the kids busy this Winter.

Wet chalk & black paper= an easy and fun art project for the kids!

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Wet chalk & black paper= an easy and fun art project for the kids!

15 Ways to Play with Cornstarch (Cornflour) from Fun at Home with Kids

15 Ways to Play with Cornstarch (Cornflour)

Make glitter stick insted of making a glitter mess fashion#clickonlink

Make glitter stick insted of making a glitter mess fashion#clickonlink

I cut a sponge to fit the container, and just poured glue in.  Students can just tap their shapes on the top of the sponge for a thin, even coat of glue - no more puddles!  I worried about the sponges getting icky, but I still have the ones that I made well over a year ago, and the sponges are still intact AND the glue isn't stinky :)

I cut a sponge to fit the container, and just poured glue in. Students can just tap their shapes on the top of the sponge for a thin, even coat of glue - no more puddles! I worried about the sponges getting icky, but I still have the ones that I made well over a year ago, and the sponges are still intact AND the glue isn't stinky :)

10 Playful Snowman Activities (and a MEGA cash Giveaway!) by Munchkins and Moms

10 Playful Snowman Activities

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