Kids will love creating their own one-of-a-kind snowflakes in this fun drawing game!
Here’s a great way to work on visual motor skills this winter! With the roll of the dice, kids get to add all kinds of fun details to spice up their snowflakes!
What you’ll need
What to do
Cut out the die templates, fold them, and tape them along the seams to make cubes. Give each child a snowflake template and begin rolling!
Each time they take a turn, the kids will roll both die, one to see which feature they will add to their snowflakes (circles, small lines, V-shapes, etc.) and the other to see how many of that feature to add.
Using the markers and crayons, have the kids add the details from the dice to their snowflakes, as many times as indicated, anywhere they want.
How to change it up
-Have kids trace over their finished snowflake with glue and add glitter to make a shimmery final product!
-Try this with our snowflake motor planning game for a whole fine motor/gross motor lesson plan!
-For kids who need a little extra help, draw the features on the snowflake for them lightly with pencil and let them trace over with colorful markers.
For Virtual Sessions
Have the child’s parent or caregiver print the snowflake template or draw the basic shape of a snowflake. Then, use the online spinner to determine which detail the child should add to the snowflake and how many of that detail they should add. Click here for the spinner.
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