Craft: Handprint Snowflakes


Celebrate kids’ unique individuality with this fun craft. Have
the children trace their handprints onto white paper. Then have
children cut out and fold their hands two or three times while
cutting a few shapes from each fold. When the children unfold their
handprints, they’ll see a unique snowflake design.

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Discuss how different and how beautiful each child’s snowflake
turned out. Stress that God has made each of us unique, special,
and beautiful.

Age Level: Elementary ages
Materials: White paper, scissors, and pencils

Mary J. Davis has been in children’s ministry for more than
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