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Art teacher’s larger-than-life snow sculptures encouraging students to play outside amid remote learning

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Katina Gustafon sculpts a Starbucks coffee cup and doughtnut out of snow in March 2019. (Credit: Katina Gustafon) EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. - An art teacher in Rhode Island is bringing smiles to her students’ faces with her larger-than-life snow sculptures.Katina Gustafon hopes her snow art inspires the kids to get outside and enjoy the winter weather, despite not having traditional snow days anymore because of the COVID-19 pandemic."I do encourage the kids to get outside, play in the snow," she told FOX Television Stations on Saturday. RELATED: President Biden signs major disaster declaration for Texas following winter weatherGustafon teaches art at Riverside Middle School in East Providence, Rhode Island.

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