On a colored sheet of paper, draw any patterns you like, then cover them with a thicker layer of glue. Sprinkle the card with sugar. Shake off the excess sugar. Finally, sprinkle with glitter and leave to dry.
First, the teacher prepares materials for the children. On a white sheet of paper they have to draw with a blue marker a semicircular shape of a snow igloo, built of bricks. Then we cut it out - an easy puzzle is created. On a sheet of colored paper - which serves as a background - we draw the same shape (also bricks) with a pencil. The child's task now is to match the individual pieces of the puzzle to the shape drawn on the paper. He glues the individual pieces into the appropriate places - building his own ice house.
A teacher folds a paper napkin or a piece of greaseproof paper (as showed in the video film). Children’s task is to cut a flexure of a shape which has been created after bending in any manner. A shape created after unfolding is a unique (since each time one can cut it in a different way) snowflake.
Cut out 2 shoes from red card stock, a triangle from orange card stock, 4 small circles and a hat from black card stock. Glue into a triple egg mold, top with a black hat, then on the first bulge 2 circles and a triangle. Next, string a Christmas tree chain between the two bulges and glue two black circles under it. Punch a decorative wire in the middle and glue shoes cut from red waffle card to the very bottom.