Thursday, December 2, 2010


The week we read Millions of Snowflakes by Mary McKenna Siddals for our stART project. It was a book more age appropriate for Mateos but the older kids enjoyed it as well. 

We haven't had any snow here yet, so paper snowflakes are decorating our house for now. I don't have any real pictures of us making them because the kids really needed help with this project. But here is the link to the site I got the instructions from. It's a pretty simple fold and cut project. But still challenging for small hands.

 You can spot snowflakes all around the house now :)

Until next time.....

~ Kayte


  1. I love your snowflakes. JDaniel has been wanting it to snow inside. We should make snowflakes like you did and drop them to the ground.

    Thanks for linking to Read.Explore.Learn. As a thank you I Stumbled this post.

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  3. I love how your snowflakes came out! I am excited to try this with Emily this year. I will have to look for that book to go along with our project too.

    Thank you for linking up to stART!!

  4. We like this book too and your snowflakes turned out perfect!

  5. Oh cute cute cute, we love snowflakes and the expressions on the children's faces is simply priceless!!

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    Hopefully see you there!