On a snowy morning we made snowmen indoors! :-) Yes, it was a fun day of making snowmen and it was all centered around the idea of the Trinity! I heard several years ago that a snowman can be a great way to teach kids about the Trinity, and my kids always respond well it this idea. So while making our snowmen we talked about the Blessed Trinity and the Sign of the Cross.
You will need:
- printable page (download in our shop - for free )
- crayons or colored pencils
- glue - we used a glue stick
- tape - if you have a zealous little one who cuts off the tabs ;-)
Color his hat, scarf, and nose on the second page. You may also like to color the sky/background, as well as the Trinity symbols on the Trinity snowman page.
Cut out the parts to the snowman on the second page. Be sure to cut out the tabs along with the snowman parts.
Add glue to the back of the tabs and attach the parts to the Trinity Snowman. If a child cuts off the tabs you can use tape to add the snowman parts to the Trinity snowman.
This will form a lift-flap so the child can read the names of the Trinity underneath.
Outside the snowman....
Inside the snowman....
Download the printable in our shop for free!
You also might like to make
the 3D Snowman Craft ...
...or the Shaded Snowman Art project.
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