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Stockpile packing peanuts to craft an igloo for a geography or weather unit. Complete your wintry scene with our Eskimo template.
What you'll need:
1 Turn the paper bowl upside down. Next, cut toilet paper roll in half, to create two small tubes. Then, cut a small section out of each tube (about 1/4 of the tube) to create an arc. This arch will be the entrance tunnel to your igloo!Ã¢ÂÂ¨
2 Tape the tube in an arc shape to one side of the igloo.Ã¢ÂÂ¨
3 Cover your igloo with white paper to cover up any brown spots.
4 Use thick paste to attach packing peanuts around your bowl and tube until fully covered in "snow."
5 Allow your igloos to dry and create a village!
What you'll need:Ã¢ÂÂ¨
Colored Pencils or CrayonsÃ¢ÂÂ¨
Photos of Students' Faces
1 Print our eskimo template onto cardstock and cut out figures.
3 Color in the outfit using colored pencils or crayons. Create fun patterns as desired!
4 Attach students' photos in the center of the hood using glue or tape.
5 To create a stand: cut a triangle from the cardstock.Ã¢ÂÂ¨ Then, fold over one edge (about 1/2") and glue to the back of your eskimo.
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