After reading this book, I had students finish the following sentence:
If I lived in a snowglobe, I would . . .
After seeing MANY pins on Pinterest, I finally settled on combining the ideas and making my own templates. We used construction paper and crayons. We cut light blue circles and black trapezoids. Then the students drew a winter scene. Here is how some of our projects turned out:
For those who aren’t familiar with the book, the author focuses on two families in the story – one looking in the snowglobe and one looking out. I actually had two students draw a child looking into the snowglobe.