scissors (adult use only)
Instructions:l Cut out a few snowflake shapes and decorate the room with them.
What To Do
1. Talk with the children about snowflakes. Ask the children if they
have seen snow falling before, and whether they have seen a
single snowflake up close. Ask the children to describe the shape
of the snowflake.
2. Point out the hanging snowflake cutouts in the classroom
and have the children describe their shapes.
3. Teach the children the following fingerplay:
Winter Snowflakes by Shirley Anne Ramaley
Snow is falling on the ground. (hold fingers high, imitate snow
I can see it all around. (look all around the room)
I watch the snowflakes as they land. (look on the floor or ground)
And one sets down right on my hand. (look at a hand...and
To assess the children's learning, consider the following:
l Can the children describe the shapes of snowflakes?
l Are the children able to recite the fingerplay and make the appropriate