I’ve seen these paper snowflakes done in school and they are really effective and look fantastic. They probably do need lots of adult supervision as they are quite fiddly and it’s very easy to make a mistake. However, the finished product is really impressive and they look great for decorating the classroom during the seasonal […]
As it’s quite fiddly, this would be a visual arts lesson suitable for older pupils. It requires lots of folding, measuring and cutting skills – however, the end result would adorn any seasonal classroom.
Definitely one for older pupils, but this would make a great visual arts lesson – creating a cool Christmas Tree using only one sheet of green A4 card.
This Sock Snowman would be a lovely visual arts lesson to do in the weeks leading up to Christmas or at any time during the winter months. It looks pretty straightforward, but then again …..!!
This short video shows how to make a simple small Christmas Tree using a lollipop stick and some pipe cleaners.
This short video from Mahalo demonstrates how to make a Christmas snowflake. These can be very effective done in lots of different colours and hung as mobiles in the classroom or on classroom windows, letting the light shine through them.
This short Video from Mahalo gives a demonstration on how to make a simple pop-up Christmas Card.
Short animations show how to fold paper into various Christmas items – tree, Santa face, bell, boot, star, reindeer, candle and lots more.