Want to know how to draw a fabulous snowflake? Then we’ve got the printable for you. Insturctions on how to draw a snowflake, and a little bit of space to then have a go.
However, if you don’t manage to do it, then print it out again to have another bash.
The instructions on the sheet (in case you would like to see) are:
- Draw a vertical line and mark its centre (a) Cross the centre with two lines (b), (c)
- The main “body” of the snowflake is done, so we can now add the “arms” in almost end of the lines. Keep them symmetrical!
- Sketch 2 circles (a smaller and a bigger ones) in the middle.
- Draw a hexagon around the bigger circle and the middle of the sides touch the points of the arms.
- Fill the space between each of the arms and the body lines with a colour you choose.
There are only 5 steps and they are really simple to do, so even smaller children should be OK with them.
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If you like this activity, why not check out the other winter activities that we have on the site?
- Winter paper dolls: Including Christmas Jumper Paper Dolls!
- Some lovely winter coloring pages, which include more snowflakes of course. We have a page for adults and for kids to color in at the same time. A really lovely activity for you to do together. We have a range of this type of colouring including cats, the ocean, and a woodland scene as well,
- Are you after a scavenger hunt for the kids this winter? We have a great winter scavenger hunt for them, to help get them out and about despite the cold,
- If you are looking for a winter game, how about a maths game? We’ve got a roll-a-snowman game, and finally
- How about a snowman craft for the kids too? All you need is a little bit of Washi tape.
There are a lot of amazing winter activities beyond our site as well, what about checking out:
- Little Bins for Little Hands has some excellent science ideas for winter,
- Easy Peasy and Fun has a few winter activities that are specifically designed to be colourful, and
- Hands on as we Grow has loads of great ideas for snow based activities in case we do get some of the white stuff this year.
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