Every once in a while my children like to make their own snow globes. We take a class jar with a lid, turn it upside down and glue something to the lid of the jar (on the inside), and we add some glitter and water. The kids love this. Snow globes create a fun, fantasy world! Do you want to make a snow globe today?
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