Snowman Family Snow Globe Craft & Writing Activity

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Description

This snow globe craft project will be a keepsake for sure!  Your students will draw a snowman for each family member using the snowman drawing kit (included), then create a wonderful snow globe art project along with a writing activity describing how they are a unique member of their family.

What You Get

  • Family Identity Prezi (9 pages)
  • Snowman Drawing Kit (8 pages)
  • Teacher Instructions (5 pages)
  • My Family worksheet (1 page)
  • Base pattern (1 page)
  • Label and rubric (1page)
  • Assembly instructions (1 page)

A total of 26 pages

To see more examples, take a look at my Snowman Family Snow Globes blog post.

This lesson has a "portable" Prezi to introduce the idea of families and identity,  drawing pages to help student design snowmen to represent their family members and instructions for turning the drawings into snow globes using a clear plastic plate (the plate is optional, of course). I've also included a label, rubric and a step-by-step instruction page to help students put the snow globe together.  During this lesson, your students will practice skills used in an art critique (of famous paintings and their own work), drawing, painting, cutting, gluing,  writing and self-assessment.

See the Snowman Drawing Kit here. It's included in this lesson, so don't buy both.

You might be interested in more winter drawing pages from Expressive Monkey:

The Science, Art, and Math of Snowflakes

Reindeer Drawing Games

How to Draw Elves

Elf Roll, Draw & Write

Winter Drawing Fun

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