A poke page is such a simple, yet fun way to work on those fine motor skills, even for the younger elementary-aged kids. To create a poke page, place a piece of paper on top of carpet. Take a toothpick or over-sized pushpin and poke holes all on it. Place it on the window and watch it light up.
Just recently, I make a snowflake poke page as a part of my free Winter PreK Pack. Once my prekinder started working on it, my older son (currently 7 years old) joined in and gave me a great idea…a Snowflake Window Wonderland! I quickly whipped up a sheet with several different sized snowflakes (see FREE download below).
They all (including MBug, currently 2.5 years old) got to work poking along the snowflake outlines. After they poked, I cut them out and we placed all the snowflakes on our window. Now, our window looks like a Snowflake “Window” Wonderland!
You can even make snowflakes of different colors! Simply tape the snowflake poke page to a piece of construction paper and poke through both pieces of paper. Take off the top page and enjoy your colored snowflakes.
Want to try this, too? Then download the FREE Snowflake Window Wonderland Poke Page Craft printable and enjoy your own!
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