Useful for PreK – K and Homeschool
This is mainly used for Kindergarten students.
Also includes: PDF and 22 pages
Use these snowflake templates to teach children how to make snowflakes out of paper. It’s a fun way to get kids practicing their scissor skills for the holiday season. The snowflake-cutting activity can be incorporated into your lesson plans and winter theme units. Fine motor skills are a lot of fun Cut snowflakes out of paper and let your kids have SUCCESS!
✔Activities in the Art Center
✔Fine motor centre activity
✔Party activity for Christmas and winter
✔Let your children decorate your classroom
You can use snowflake patterns to practice fine motor skills such as folding and cutting. You can use them to practice your scissor skills as well as for folding assessment.
***RECENTLY UPDATED WITH EVEN MORE TEMPLATES***
There are now 21 patterns in the set, each with different difficulty levels. You can print the patterns on 8.5×11 paper and fold them into quarters. The folds will be enjoyed by children as they reveal the snowflake.
The snowflake paper pattern is suitable for kindergarten, preschool, homeschool, special education classes, occupational therapy, and other settings. It is also a great addition to any unit that focuses on snowmen or winter.
Teachers’ thoughts on this activityWhat are teachers saying about this activity?
“This was an activity that my students loved the most this school year. It was a hit with the kids! The snowflakes covered our classroom!
These patterns are a hit with my preschoolers aged 4-5 years old. These children requested more to hang from the ceiling, and they were granted. The difficulty ranges from very easy to extremely difficult. Only one requirement: children must be able cut lines. “I plan to use it every year.”
“I love them so much! They were great for my emerging cutters and all of the pieces looked amazing, no matter how far they were from the line!”
Would you like to be among the first to hear about new resources for the shop? Be sure to Follow me.
Jennifer Hier Heir
This I used during the weather unit about snow. These snowflakes can be made by students every day if they are allowed to. This is a fun, hands-on activity that students can use to improve their fine motor skills.
These were my idea of a time-filler station for our holiday party. But, I was wrong. They were loved by my students. They made so many that I couldn’t believe it. Some students cut more than two rotations. These were a great purchase. It was a great activity that is very interactive. It was amazing to watch the excitement in my students’ faces. These are truly amazing!