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Building a Snowman

This is a snowman that my grandson made for our yard... it is beautiful!!!

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    Materals Needed:

      Snow (a Yard full)
      Warm Clothes
      Rocks - for Eyes & Buttons
      Carrot - for the Nose
      2 Sticks - for Arms
      Old Hat
      Old Scarf

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Make a snowball.

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Roll the snowball in the snow... making it bigger...

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...and bigger and bigger... until you get the size you want for the bottom section of the snowman.

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Pack the snow around the base of the snowman. Watch an MPG movie on packing.

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Pack the snow so it is nice and firm.

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Middle Section - Make another snowball... roll it in the snow on the ground... then place it on top of the bottom base.

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Pack snow on the middle section of the snowman.

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Head - Make a snowball... roll it in the snow on the ground... when it is big enough, place it on top of the middle section of the snowman.

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Arms - Push the sticks into the middle section.

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Press the stones into the snow.. middle section for his buttons.

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Your snowman is really starting to look good!!!

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Put on his scarf... and hat.

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Eyes - Place two stones on his face for his eyes.

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Nose - Put a carrot in the middle for his nose.


What a beautiful Snowman! Jr did a GREAT job!

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I think your snowmen will be beautiful too! Have fun... stay warm... and oh.....


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A hot bowl of chili... and hot chocolate topped with whipped cream was waiting for Jr when he came in from the COLD! Yum!


Now... after looking over these instructions... what is missing???


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