Saturday, December 22, 2012

Snowflakes for Sandy Hook & Photos

As many of you know, the PTSA in CT is collecting Snowflakes for Sandy Hook.  You can learn more about that here.  My class made snowflakes from large coffee filters (for kinders, it was a NEW experience!)

 We took the easy road on crafts this year and painted one snowman with our fingers. The ornaments were in the Dollar section at Target with 8 in a pack.  Great Deal AND not glass, so no breaking!

 I also attached foam pieces for the kids to create Christmas cards.  I got the antlers last year after Christmas at Target (I think they were for drink stems on wine glasses or something like that)  

And...we painted the traditional snow people with our feet.  

My Silly Kids:

You can find this pack on TPT and TN!


  1. Love the ornaments and reindeer cards, oh! and your "silly" kids, too:)
    Grade ONEderful
    Ruby Slippers Blog Designs

  2. The snowmen are super cute and those silly kids of your look so cute. Wait...I just counted them Jennifer!! You only have 16 kids in your class? Half must be sick...right?
    The Moffatt Girls

  3. I love those snowman ornaments...Too cute!!! :)

    Merry Christmas!


  4. So cute!!! We made snowflakes for Sandy Hook too :)

  5. I adore the shirts:)I am going to look for black t-shirts on clearance after Christmas for next year! I am going to pin this too.

    The Resourceful Apple

  6. so stinkin cute! Love the shirts and the ornaments are precious.

  7. So cute! Love the ornaments and your kiddos are sweet angels. Nowflakes for Sandy Hook....sniff, sniff.


  8. Precious, precious faces! Love it! And love the snowman shirts. We do a shirt in the spring and it's so fun to see our students wearing them year after year-even after they leave first grade. These are adorable!

    Happy Holidays to you Jennifer and blessings for the New Year!
    ~Christy & Tammy
    Fluttering Through First Grade

  9. Smart idea with the ornaments. I'll have to find some on sale and stock up for next year.


  10. On the snowman ornaments- what did you use for the hat, eyes, arms, and noses?