Snowman Fun Pack: Perfect Snow Day Activity after Building a Snowman When our youngest son was 9-years old, he was “chomping a the bit” to create something for my Teachers Pay Teachers Store. He loves the idea of pulling an idea from his brain and creating something cute, useful, educational and FUN for kids while putting a few pennies in his pocket. Although you must be 18 to open a sellers account, he decided to begin studying the process so he’s ready to go on his 18th birthday. Impressed with his artwork, I taught him how to use the Layers App on an iPad to create a fun clip art set. Then we took his images and made them into transparencies so they could be easily added to any documents. Aren’t they cute? You can grab a set here. He couldn’t stop there. He used his images as inspiration and created a fun little snowman activity pack. I am so impressed by this fourth-grade mind! This pack includes: Create your own snowman scene Create your own snowman poem Snowman maze Color me snowman Build your own snowman Snowman word search 9 Lessons from Creating a Printable Brainstorming Taking a concept to product How to upload an image and create transparency (png image) How to use Google Presentation Create text boxes Add images Change fonts and sizes How to create an activity Need to give credit for images Have you or your kids ever thought about creating Printables for fun or as a way to earn extra income? You’re not alone! I received so many questions about creating printables to sell on Teachers Pay Teachers, that I created a self-paced class! What you’ll learn: Elements of a Printable Creating a Printable in Google Slides Organizing Text Boxes and Fonts Adding Images Template to get you started How to upload onto TpT Where to share your product This makes a PERFECT homeschool unit for kids!