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Icicles are spikes of frozen water that form into ice when dripping water freezes. As water drips off of roofs, trees and bushes it freezes along the way. each subsequent drop also freezes until an icicle gradually forms. Icicles can be dangerous and destructive to people and buildings. If your house has icicles along the roof it means your home is not properly insulated. You are heating the great outdoors and wasting hard-earned! Save money and get your house insulated. Visit wikipedia.org Icicles for more detailed information about icicles.
Line the party walls or drape classroom with papercicles. Hang these weather-related, educational warmsicles or drysicles holiday ornaments anywhere and everywhere to imitate a winter freeze.
Drape icy ornaments on a Christmas tree, in windows, or anywhere bright colorful decorations are desired. Construct a large paper tree for a wall with various shades of green construction paper and decorate with icicles, or draw a large tree on a sheet of easel pad paper to tack onto a wall or other flat surface.
Print these icicle patterns on paper and hang on a Christmas tree as decoration or anywhere else a frosty bit of fun seems necessary.