Snowflakes for Sandy Hook

The tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School has left many of us feeling shaken. As a teacher in Connecticut and a mom, I am heartbroken for everyone who has been affected and it feels way too close to home. When I saw the Snowflakes for Sandy Hook idea posted on Facebook this morning I thought it would be a nice way for us to contribute in some small way.

From the Connecticut PTSA:

Snowflakes for Sandy Hook
Please help the students of Sandy Hook have a winter wonderland at their new school! Get Creative!! No two snowflakes are alike. Make and send snowflakes to Connecticut PTSA, 60 Connolly Parkway, Building 12, Suite 103, Hamden, CT 06514, by January 12, 2013

So we made some snowflakes and will send them in. My kids are too little to know about the shootings, thank goodness, but I told 2.5 year old Joshua that we’re making these snowflakes to help cheer up some kids who are sad. More info on Snowflakes for Sandy Hook can be found here.



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17 Responses to Snowflakes for Sandy Hook

  1. What an awesome idea – so important to teach compassion and holiday spirit. Thank you!
    Meryl recently posted..The Power of WordsMy Profile

  2. Hearing what happened was heartbreaking It makes me wonder what goes through that persons mind to do such a thing.

    That is a lovely gesture and a lovely photo :-)
    stevebethere recently posted..Wordless Wednesday ChristmasMy Profile

  3. It’s hard to think about anything else, isn’t it? Blessings to you and your precious family. Thanks for hosting and please visit me and link up there!
    Merry Christmas!

    Teresa from NanaHood.com
    Teresa from NanaHood recently posted..Newtown-Broken HeartsMy Profile

  4. What a beautiful idea! We are all so torn up and feel helpless. This is a great way to show support.
    Theresa recently posted..Wordless Wednesday~ NineMy Profile

  5. I hadn’t heard about this until this moment and I think it’s a terrific idea. I’ve just pinned and hope to send in some snowflakes as well :)

    Paula
    lifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com
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  6. A fabulous idea for a sad time. I do hope this will cheer the children up. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

  7. Our principal sent us an email about this snowflake campaign too. I bet they’ll get more snowflakes than they know what to do with.
    Joyce recently posted..Wordless Wednesday: Running Through the LightsMy Profile

  8. Definitely a great idea! It is really sad what has happened. Thanks for hosting and all the very best to you and your family.
    Judy Haughton-James recently posted..Christmas Memories – Wordless Wednesday LinkyMy Profile

  9. How sweet! Thank you for sharing the info =)
    Trisha G. recently posted..Wordless Wednesday: #Ornaments {w/ Linky}My Profile

  10. Love the idea! I’m still reeling from the tragedy that has shaken us all.

    Have a blessed Wednesday!
    Veronica Lee recently posted..Wordless Wednesday – Santa BreadMy Profile

  11. I love the snowflake idea, and how you explained it. It feels good to do something.
    Lauren @ Hobo Mama recently posted..Wordless Wednesday: Horses, bears, and gingerbreadMy Profile

  12. My WW is a tribute to Newtown as well. My heart is just broken.

  13. What a lovely idea! I hope they receive a blizzard of snowflakes.
    Marty recently posted..My Not So Wordless WednesdayMy Profile

  14. What a wonderful project.

  15. This is such a brilliant idea…. well done!
    brenda recently posted..Wordless Wednesday – We’re ready — Are you?My Profile

  16. Such a wonderful idea!
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