Everyone loves to look-up to the sky and search the cloud for signs of snow. With that in mind, in the first grade class at Gladys Wood Elementary, in Anchorage, Alaska they did this beautiful art project where they made snowpeople (snowmen and snowwomen). As you can see in the pictures of the craft, the snowpeople are looking-up to the sky!
Gladys Wood Elementary, Anchorage, Alaska
How The Craft Was Made
This craft was put on a bulletin board in the hallway and was made with an assortment of colors of construction paper as well as dollops and globs of white paint.
The background is blue construction paper with the white paint splattered upon it. Then, big white pieces of construction paper were cut into circle to make the snowmen and snowwomen bodies.
A triangle made out of orange construction paper that looks like a carrot-nose was made and is at the top along with some black construction paper that looks like pieces of coal so that the appearance of the snowpeople is that they are looking-up at the snowing clouds.
Students also used an assortment of colors of construction paper to create the appearance of scarves around the snowpeople’s necks.
The finished result is beautiful and fits with any class themes of winter and/or snow perfectly!
Click Here for More Ideas!