Melted Snowman Craft and Drawing for Winter, Spring: What makes a snowman melt?
As you read your favorite snowman books this winter, discuss the possibilities of what could make a snowman melt. During science centers or your whole-group kindergarten science lesson, students draw their ideas on the drawing sheets (bottom melted “circles”). Examples might include: sun, fire, stove, hairdryer...have fun with all of the possibilities! Students create middle and top melted “circles”; teacher staples completed pieces to bottom sections, which fit like puzzle pieces, for display.
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Page 4: bottom melted “circle” (drawing sheet)
Page 5: head, middle “circle”, nose
(Color nose orange.)
Page 6: 2 hands (6 sets)
Book companions to go along with this craft include but certainly are not limited to the following:
Snowmen at Night
Sneezy the Snowman
The Biggest Snowman Ever
All You Need for a Snowman
The Itsy Bitsy Snowman
Just a Snowman
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