1. ART LAB: WINTER “THE SPANISH SNOWMAN”GOALS:The aim of this craft is getting to know typical Spanish winter things bymaking a Snowman.TECHNIQUE:COLLAGEMATERIALS: - Beans, red beans and lentils stews are usually eaten in Spain, especially in winter: We will use these legumes to cover the snowman’s body. - Oranges peel oranges are a seasonal fruit in winter, and the Spanish ones, especially from Valencia, are really good: We will use orange peel to make the snowman’s nose.
2. - Roasted chestnut peels roasted chestnuts are typically eaten in winter in Spain. They are commonly sold in the streets: We will use chestnut peels to cover the ground.- Chocolate curls and white and yellow plasticine hot chocolate and “churros” are eaten in Spain, especially when it’s cold: We will use chocolate curls and white and yellow plasticine to make a hot chocolate cup with “churros”.- Raisins in Spain, at 12 o’clock on New Year’s Eve, everybody eats 12 grapes. It’s believed that they bring you good luck! We will stick raisins to represent this event.
3. - Paper Crown / Markers the Three Wise Men typically bring presents the 6th January: The Spanish Snowman will wear a crown to represent this date. We may stick a paper crown or draw it with markers. - Red and orange wool these colours represent the Spanish flag: We will use them to make the Snowman’s scarf. - And of course GLUE! to stick everything together!This is the result!!!