Sparkly Tape Resist Snowflake Craft Project


We always make time for fun art and craft projects in our homeschool!

They provide much needed brain breaks after reading and/ or math instruction.

  And creating this beautiful and sparkly Tape Resist Snowflake was the perfect art and craft project during our short row with Five in A Row's Volume 1 selection of, Stopping by Wood on a Snowy Evening.

"Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" is a poem written by the famous poet, Robert Frost.  I must say I was a bit hesitant to "row" this book as like fractions, poetry scares me a bit.

I suppose it is just because I never learned to appreciate and/ or understand it.  And aren't we all a bit skeptical/ scared/ hesitant to take on what we do not understand?
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This actually is not a complete row, but we rowed it anyways as I wanted to have a "lighter" week in preparation for baby #3's arrival sometime the week after.

In addition to our snowflake craft, we touched on:
  • What makes a poem
  • alliteration
  • rhyme scheme
  • penciled medium
  • viewpoint
  • mood of poem
  • winter animals/ camouflage
And onto the pictures of our fun art project of the week


Snowflake Craft for Kids

Using painter's tape, I made a snowflake design on the canvases.

 Then using blue and purple paint, the kiddos painted the rest of the canvas.  

Once it was all dried, we peeled off the tape and now have two beautiful snowflake pictures to hand on our wall.

Snowflake Craft Project for Kids

And of course, don't forget the glitter!

Snowflake Craft

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  1. What a clever idea to use the word sticks to make snowflake magnets!!

  2. Oh how lovely. Thanks for sharing.
    Merry Christmas.

  3. Oh, how fun!! I love all your crafts and activities!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!


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