Write a Comment By Charlotte Cushman on Feb 18, Are you looking for a fun way to brighten up the cold winter days? All You Need for a Snowman by Alice Schertle and illustrated by Barbara Lavallee is a wonderful book to read aloud and it lends itself especially well to being made into a story box. For those of you who don't know, storyboxes are a way to bring books to life for young children who are blind or visually impaired, including those with additional disabilities.
Standing in the cold wind, Freezing all night. I would bring him inside And make him feel better, But Mommy says he likes This chilly weather. You put your snowman up, you put your snowman down, You put your snowman up and you shake him all around.
You do the snowman pokey and you turn your self around, Two stomps on the ground. You put your snowman in front You put your snowman in back, You put your snowman in front and you give your knee a whack.
You touch your snowman to your head, You touch your snowman to your toe, You touch your snowman to your head and you shake it to and fro, You do the snowman pokey and your turn your self around, Two stomps on the ground Snowman Themed Math and Reading Packet for Preschool, Kindergarten, and First Grade!!!
Here is what is found in this set!!! Student adds the snowman pieces as they roll. Students take turns rolling the dice. First person to color all the parts, wins.
First person to draw a snowman, wins. You will need to provide pom-poms or markers for this game. Page 14 is an independent review of the activity which can be used as enrichment. Students add a snowball with a picture of the given beginning sound.
Swing trash can template, little book, and dice game. Write letters, numbers, and or sight words on ping pong balls and have your students say the sounds and toss into the snowman.
Place on cookie sheet and have students put the pieces together to make a snowman of their choice. All you need to provide is counters. I suggest mini marshmallows.
You can use a bingo dauber or a round stamp of your choice. They enjoy adding details to the blank snowman. Dice is provided and record sheet is provided. One is in craft format. Another is a simple coloring glyph. There is a class Data sheet to match the first Glyph.
Students can look at the displayed graphs to complete the sheet on page Funny Jokes! Funny jokes for all ages! Submitted by kids for kids.
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Writing-Expository, Winter, Tools for Common Core. I hope you enjoy this writing activity. It is a sampling of my 96 page “How-To Through the Holidays” writing pack which is available here: Also, each time we do a how-to story, we fill out a “things you need” page.
It gives 4/5(58). Dec 22, · If you prefer felt, you can create a scarf to keep the snowman cozy and warm! Glue on mini poms, or paint buttons down the front of each snowman. If he wants, your kid can create a winter wonderland for his snowmen to inhabit/5(11). Dec 07, · This fun Oulipo-inspired activity is a great way to bump up your child's vocabulary and spelling over the holiday break.
Oulipo (pronounced oo-lee-po) was founded by French writers and scientists as a creative and organized way to inspire new writing and thoughts/5(8).
Our Back To School Glyph is also a great first week activity. I have a new product. You can view it by clicking the link below. To ask other readers questions about All You Need for a Snowman, please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about All You Need for a Snowman Cute book for this time of year, but a tough one to read aloud to an audience since the words wander around the page and don't always flow as you expect /5.