Fun and Easy Laminated Snow Globe Ornaments that are Sure to be a Hit!

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“It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” 

Are you ready to go full-speed ahead turning your classroom into a winter wonderland? If your answer is a resounding, “ho, ho, ho”, then this snow globe ornament resource is perfect for you!

laminated snow globe ornament craft

This simple and fun laminated snow globe ornament is one your students will love making and gifting this holiday season. Parents and loved ones are sure to love this precious holiday keepsake. After all, who doesn’t love a handmade ornament complete with a child’s picture and date to capture a moment in time?

As a teacher, you’ll appreciate having this template with easy-to-follow directions to use year after year. Cute and simple is always a winning combination when it comes to holiday crafts!

This resource includes:

  • 1 PDF with detailed directions, materials list, and non-editable templates
  • 1 PPT with editable snow globe base template

This laminated snow globe ornament craft is perfect for any grade level. Students can have fun expressing themselves as they are photographed to appear “inside” the snow globe. The final product is laminated which will help preserve this keepsake for years to come.

Ways to Incorporate into Your Classroom

In my own classroom, I have loved completing this laminated snow globe ornament as…

  • A stand-alone art lesson
  • A centers activity
  • In partnership with a writing lesson
  • In conjunction with a holiday read-aloud
  • A conversation piece about the holidays and gift-giving

What Teachers Are Saying…

In her 5-star review, Alison F. said, “My kids loved creating these and they turned out to be super cute! They were so excited to take them home and give [them] to their parents.”

Likewise, Melissa C. wrote, “My students loved making these!”

Wishing you the warmth of the season as you and your students create these laminated snow globe ornaments!  I know it’s sure to bring so much joy into your classroom! 

Comment below to let us know how much fun you and your students had creating these!

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