Do you want to build a snowman? Today we have a fun cut and paste activity for you! You can make a printable of complete snowman! When children are first learning the fine motor skills of cutting and pasting, making a snowman is a fun challenge! It is fun to make a snowman indoors…you don’t have to get all bundled up to go outside! Even though you are not going outside though, it is a great excuse to serve hot chocolate and marshmallows! Check it out at Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading and pick up a copy of this fun free activity!
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