These igloos are not only fun to build, they are sweet to the taste as well! the time to build a layer and give the igloo time to dry. the exact way to build an igloo, but my children had a blast. Older children can certainly try to use the methods explained in the book, and the video.
- Tan Felt
- Puff Paint or Black Marker
- Snow Goggles Template
Suggested Resources for a Unit Study:
Art Project Tutorial:
Show children photos of Inuit snow goggles. Ask them to compare them to the types of goggles they have seen or even used before.
Hold the felt up to your child's head and mark where you will need to cut the slits for them to see. Use sharp scissors to cut.
Decorate! These look really neat just plain too, but we look for any excuse to break out the puffy paint!
Let your snow goggles dry, and then gear up for some igloo fort making fun! These are wonderful for pretend play.