Children and families made 4 1/2 dozen snowflakes to honor the students of Sandy Hook Elementary School, and we hung them in the window of the Children’s Program Room to display during some winter-themed programs. After that, someone brought an additional 2 dozen made by kindergarten students in another town. We sent them all on their way to Connecticut.
All were so carefully crafted by the children. One of them had the entire alphabet written around different points of the paper snowflake. Some others had pieces of paper with pretty patterns cut to perfectly fit the lines that radiate from the snowflake’s center. Many were luminous with bright colors.
Thanks to all who participated in this special project!