Snowmen Activities

Just wanted to let you know of my latest pack!


When I get back in January, I'm going to be spending the first week using the Snowmen books by Caralyn Buehner:



If you have any of my "cat" activity packs (Splat the Cat or Pete the Cat), this pack is a lot like those...I like to keep it similar, so my students become more independent.


Included is:

Story Structure - different versions; INB or whole page!
Summarizing - planning pages and writing pages!
Describing Snowmen - character analysis or actual snowmen
Cause and Effect - can be used for any of the books!
How Does the Character Change?
Compare and Contrast Stories
Evaluation
Sentence Building - unscramble the sentences and write them out (I love using these for centers!)
Writing activities - there are 3 different kinds!!
 - What you would do with your snowmen all year
- how to build a snowman
- or what snowmen do at night
Planning pages; circle/brainstorming map and linear style
Writing - recording pages horizontal and vertical options
Snowman craft!


The craft can be used in a few different ways - just the head, with writing, as a topper, etc...

The craft is a non-tracer craft. I have come to LOVE these kinds of crafts. Give it a whirl! Your kids will become GREAT at it! Plus it really helps with their ability to follow directions and help with their math concepts and spatial sense.

Check it out {HERE}.

I'd love to give a copy of it away!  Comment below with how the weather is where you live...because right now?? We're about mid-high 70s. NOT snowmen friendly weather, AT. ALL.

I will pick a winner on Tuesday Night!
(p.s. For another chance - go to my FACEBOOK page to enter over there!)


21 comments

Mrs. Davies said...

It's mid-50s here during the day right now in Missouri. I hate it! I want SNOW! LOL!

~Wendy
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Valerie Kitchens said...

Rainy!!! I need a white Christmas, not a wet Christmas! ❄️❄️❄️

cpsarah28 said...

57 degrees right now in CA. Would love a chance to win this!

Brandy said...

It's 57 degrees in Mississippi and raining. It's supposed to rain for days and days here. :(

Jennifer Shafer-Ehlers said...

Not Christmas weather here in NEBRASKA either. :0(

Jennifer Shafer-Ehlers said...

Not Christmas weather here in NEBRASKA either. :0(

Ms. Roy said...

It's in the 20s here, with lots of snow and snowmen!

Angie Fritz said...

It is 43 degrees here in Wisconsin, along with it being damp and foggy. No snow though!!!!

Susan Airoldi said...

62, Christmas Eve 78! 😩

The Nowotny Family said...

37 & raining ... Maybe a white Christmas this year in Seattle! Thanks for the chance to win.

Janis Woods said...

Mid 70's. Going to be 80 on Christmas. I'm in lower South Carolina.

Gina Ford said...

Right now it is 54 degrees in Louisiana.
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Cynthia Burrell said...

50 at 8:26 a.m. in SC! The expected temperature for Christmas Day is in the 70's!

AlyssaTarp said...

I live in a northwest suburb of Chicago. It is 38 degrees right now, with an expected high of 45. No snow here either, it's a bright sunny day!

Laura Park said...

54 degrees right now in Southern California. It rained last night and will rain some more today. Hoping to go see some snow up in the mountains with my kids.

Amy said...

Love the snowman activities! Rainy and mid 50s in SoCal! The weather can do whatever it wants... I'm on break!!! Woo hoo!!!

Joel Strange said...

My sweet hibby is letting me use his ohone. :) Great activities! Visiting Florida, where I'm from, it's cloudy and in the 80's!

-Mary Love S
Marylove.houston@gmail.com

Susan Yates said...

Oh! I'd love this pack! It's 57 degrees, cloudy and rainy and a perfect day to drink coffee and wrap my families Christmas presents...in Temecula, CA!

Keely Keane said...

Where is the best place to learn about snowmen? Southern California!!! It was a freeeeeezing 57 here today!!!

Jen R said...

Brandy - congrats!! Send me your email address so I can send you the pack!

faryal naaz said...

All very good points to note!!! Looking forward to seeing what is in the baggies!
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