If your kiddos are like mine, the minute they see a snowflake, they think it’s WINTER! They didn’t really believe me when I told them it’s not until December 21st. I had to Google it to prove it to them. No, seriously. 😄

SO, to help decorate our classroom, I will be putting up this banner on the first official day of winter. We’ve already started making paper snowflakes to stick onto the windows, so it will be a great addition.



         

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Click on the thumbnails to download the PDF file to use in your classroom. Included in this product is a smaller and larger format, as well as in colour or in black and white. Did I mention it’s FREE? Visit my TpT store to grab your very own copy. Both English and French versions available.


They’re super easy to assemble.


What you will need.

* the FREEBIE from my TpT Store (English or French version)

* scissors

* ribbon or yarn

* a hole punch

 

Step 1:

Download the FREE PDF, and then print the size you want. I printed in colour, thanks to my HP Instant Ink subscription. It’s a GAME CHANGER! Maybe I should write a blog post about that someday soon.


Step 2:

Cut out your banner pieces. Then punch holes at the top. I’ve been meaning to get myself a single hole punch, but my three hole punch worked just fine.


Step 3:

Lay out your banner pieces in order, then feed your ribbon through the holes. I went in through the front for the left hole, then back up through the right hole so that less of the ribbon is visible, but I would look good either way. 



And VOILÀ! You’re done!

Ready for your wall


Français: "C’est l’hiver"


English: "WINTER"


Happy Decorating!


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