This past Sunday, he came home with THE cutest lesson and it was too precious not to share!
The Trinity Snowman
Click here if you want to download The Snowman Trinity poem that was written by Maureen @ Spell Outloud.
Emma's mom sent me a text with a picture of Noah making the cutest craft to go along with The Snowman Trinity theme - a snowman made out of marshmallows!! Of course, I couldn't figure out how to view the picture on my blackberry but she showed it to me when they got home and it was precious!!
I googled 'Snowman Marshmallow Craft' and found some adorable images and instructions. My favorite images and the best instructions came from The Hungry Housewife.
How cute is this?!
Here are the instructions from The Hungry Housewife's site:
3 large marshmallows
Edible Black and Orange markers(can find them at the craft store) or Black and Orange Tube writing frosting
2 small thin pretzel sticks
1 Sheet rolled fruit snack(such as a Fruit Roll Up) cut into a 1/4-1/2 inch long strip
1 Hershey's Kiss
Place 1 toothpick in the center on 1 marshmallow.
Place a marshmallow on the top of that toothpick.
Place a second toothpick through the center of the second marshmallow.
Place the 3rd marshmallow on top of the second.
Using the markers or the frosting, draw on two black eyes and 3 black buttons and a mouth. Using the orange marker or frosting draw on a nose.
Place the pretzels in sides of the middle marshmallow for the arms.
Drape the Fruit Roll up around the neck and arms of the snowman for a "scarf"
Place the 3rd toothpick through the middle of the top marshmallow and poke the Hershey Kiss on top to serve as his hat.
I love to make chocolate covered marshmallows and I think I might just make a version of these for Noah's Sunday School teachers and class:
I think these would be so cute with an Oreo on top for the hat and pretzel sticks poking out for the arms. I'm going to play around with these as soon as I can walk on two feet!
I love the idea of combining The Snowman Trinity poem with a chocolate-covered marshmallow treat for a little gift. I think I just found my go-to gift for everyone who we want to give 'a little something' to this Christmas! Thanks, Awana, for sparking this idea!