Each week I will try to fill you in with a different math game you can use in a busy basket. The player keeps one part behind their back and show the other player the other part. WOW were there creative and adorable!! They do when you come home to this little package on the front porch. We had a blast with this game!
Two days of learning with candy!! Each table has a basket. The graphics in this story are too cute and my students were cracking up every page that I read.
Monday We started the week with some review on addition. Friday We began the day reading CVC words and matching them to the correct picture. This was a totally spur of the moment little writing activity that I put together last week to go with this fabulous book and review some science information on seasons.
They crack me up! We practice matching pictures to their CVC word. After we read the book, we discussed what we would do with our snowmen if they stayed all year long. We circled the predictions that were correct!
We enjoyed both of these stories so much! Students would slide one bead down at a time to help them with decomposing. We cut out our writing and turned it into a 3D snowman!! If you lose all of the parts of the snowman before the word is guessed correctly, he MELTS and the game is over.
My babies came up with some fun ideas for their "snow people". I absolutely loved reading them and we got to share the stories with the class: They wanted to lounge at the pool with them, go trick or treating, carve pumpkins, and watch 4th of July fireworks!
I was so thankful for this three day weekend! We also did lots of hands-on activities and cute crafts! I forced myself grade some papers and enter some test scores before I opened it tonight. I picked them up at Ikea the last time I was there.
Then I had my students create their very own story organizer with their own ideas. It made our first week back so great!
We placed buttons on snowmen to solve addition equations. If you have any of my "cat" activity packs Splat the Cat or Pete the Catthis pack is a lot like those We used our story organizers to begin write about the different things we would do with our snowman if we had one all year.
Have a great weekend!!!Title: Snowmen All Year Author: Caralyn Buehner Illustrator: Mark Buehner Publisher: Dial Date: November Genre: Fiction/Imagination Strength/Aspect of Special Interest: This book tells what would happen if a snowman could stay and play with the boy throughout the year, and the many adventures they would go on.4/5.
3 pages with Venn Diagrams to compare and contrast (snowman/snowball, winter/summer, and gloves/hat). Three pages for student to write or draw what they would do with their snowman all year. One writing page includes wider lines and sentence starter for story.
Read the book "Snowmen All Year" and discuss what we would do with our snowmen if they stayed all year long. Make into class book, one page for each season. Busy Baskets and Snowmen All Year! The Lemonade Stand PM 8 comments. Well, we finally got some snow and a snow day!
I was so thankful for this three day weekend!
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Snowmen All Year seq activity. Snowmen All Year seq activity Snowmen All Year (writing what you would do with your snowman in spring, summer, or fall) Writing Activities Teaching Writing Writing Tips Teaching Ideas Snowmen At Night Winter Theme.
This packet contains activities that accompany the stories "Snowmen All Year" and "Snowmen at Night." The packet includes: Explicit teacher. Activities to Accompany Snowmen All Year. Preview. Subject. English Language Arts, Math, Winter. Grade Levels. 2 nd, 3 rd. Resource Type.