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.
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.
On a large sheet of paper, draw a snowman template. Paste it with cotton balls so that they slightly overlap each other. From colored paper cut out: buttons, eyes, nose, mouth, hat, possibly other decorative elements. Glue everything in place. Around the snowman we glue balls made of cotton wool (snow).
The work was made with the use of elements of D. Dziamska's Education Through Movement method. The background of the work was created while painting with oil pastel to slow music (any waltz). Then children were tearing strips of grey paper to the rhythm of lively, fast music. From these strips they constructed trees and then made a snowman from origami circles. At the end they drew the missing elements and decorated the snowman with cotton wool imitating snow.