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Have a go at making some fork printing snowflakes. You will need some white paint, a fork and some coloured paper. Dip the fork into the white paint and print onto the paper. Print more fork marks in a circle to create a snowflake shape.

Have a go at making paper snowflakes:

Cut out a large circle.

Fold it into quarters.

Cut small shapes out of the folded sides, taking care not to cut across the whole triangle.
Open out your snowflake!
If you fold your circle into quarters and then fold again, you get a more detailed snowflake:
Bring your snowflakes in to school when we come back and we can use them to decorate our classroom!