5 Ways to Make Snowflakes for Sandy Hook: Kid's Co-op

The students of Sandy Hook will soon be returning to school in a new building.  The Connecticut PTSA wants to welcome them back to a winter wonderland by decorating their new building with handmade snowflakes. It's a small way to show the students of Sandy Hook how many people care about them.  The wonderful thing about this project is that even the youngest kids can help.  (Find other ways to help here.)

Send finished snowflakes by January 12, 2013 to:
Connecticut PTSA
60 Connolly Parkway
Building 12, Suite 103
Hamden, CT   06514

Every snowflake is unique and beautiful, and there's no wrong way to make them.  The only materials you need are paper and scissors. But if you're looking for more inspiration, these posts from last week's Kid's Co-op are a great place to start:
  1. Snowflakes from craft sticks at Hey Mommy, Chocolate Milk
  2. Glitter snowflakes at Mums Make Lists
  3. Q-tip snowflakes at Simply Mommie
  4. Contact paper snowflakes at Simply Mommie
  5. Salt snowflakes at Reading Confetti
Reading Confetti

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