Making your own snow globe has to be a perfect fit for homeschool winter crafts for kids!
Being able to hold Santa and his snowman in your hand and watch it snow is a magical scene for Christmas time.
Our homeschool how-to instructions are simple to follow and make great gifts too!
My friend Lisa Vaught got together with some friends and had a great time making some - so we thought we'd share our top tips.
All you need is:
"It was very fun! Loved being creative!" ~ Mary
Photos in this step-by-step guide are by my friend Lisa Vaught.
Thanks Lisa :)
used hot glue to attach the items to the lid and added a small bit of
plastic snow. The key is not to glue too many items, or it makes it
impossible to close the lid on the jar." ~ Lisa
"If you want to add another tip, I would say that less is more when it comes to adding the snow, or you may find you have covered all your little characters!" ~ Lisa
Snow globes are just one of the fun homeschool winter activities for kids you can try.
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