Last week when Addison saw the paper snowflakes I made he wanted to make some too. I knew that my snowflakes had way too many layers for his little hands to cut through and the folding might be a little too complicated. So we made some simpler snowflakes that he can proudly display when the time comes. For those of you with little ones who’s cutting skills aren’t that stellar, this is a really fun way to practice folding, cutting and work those fine motor skills.
Start with a square piece of paper, fold it in half then fold it in half again to make a smaller square. Draw a simple pattern for your artist to follow.
For the next one he wanted to draw his own pattern.
We are well on our way to an indoor winter wonderland.