Sometimes I set up a craft activity for the children that lasts 10 minutes, other times it really captures their interest and lasts an hour. Today was one such time! We set out to make a snowman each but by the end of our session the children had produced a whole snow family!

We discussed the parts of the body – head, body, eyes. We explored circles, we counted how many buttons we had, how many eyes we needed. We chatted throughout and had a lovely time, I was so pleased with how the snowmen turned out and the children loved them!

I stepped back to allow them to complete their snowmen how they liked and so as not to interrupt their thought process, this resulted in some wonderfully fun designs.

Areas of Learning covered: Communication & Language, Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Mathematics, Physical Development, Expressive Arts and Design

Characteristics of Effective Learning: Active Learning

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