Snowman Survival Pack

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If you are anything like me, your school system has you returning to school after the holidays in the middle of the week.  We go back on the 5th..so during those two or three days you have, what do you do?  Usually, I spend that time reviewing, getting them back in the routine, and just reminding students of what we do here at school.  This year I also plan to do some fun things, too!  Normally when I come back, there is a bit of bare wall space where all the holiday crafts used to be…and these few days before the regular week begins, is a great time to enjoy a lesson or two about winter and snowmen and add some flair to those walls, too!  (Shh…don’t tell anyone, but I have another survival pack coming out later this week on penguins!!)

Find it here:
TPT
Teachers Notebook

Now this Snowman Survival pack is jam-packed with activities ranging from literacy, math, and art…all the way to science.  It can be used as a way to fill these odd days before your “regular” week begins…or you can pull out the activities and use them throughout the month.  (I hope you love it as much as I do…)
Details:
The pack includes: 
Now this Snowman Survival pack is jam-packed with activities ranging from literacy, math, and art…all the way to science.  It can be used as a way to fill these odd days before your “regular” week begins…or you can pull out the activities and use them throughout the month.
The pack includes:
A class graph and writing activity for “Snowmen All Year”
a Snow Flow Map
a Math Number Station which has two uses, ordering and odd/even- direction page for the station
Compound Word Poster and activity page
Fact family short activity page
Journal Prompt set
an Original Story with teacher and Student version
2 art activities, one with full color in depth direction and how it can be used with a lesson on comparative and superlative adjectives and an additional activity page for the adjectives
Book, craft, bulletin board, and snack ideas for your own”snow day”
Snow Science Poster and cold weather clothing activity page
Circle map
Is and Can Snow Page
Cause and Effect Page

This pack is ideal for first grade students, but allows
for differentiation for the grades below and above.  

(“smart, smarter, smartest…white, whiter, whitest”)

You may have seen variations of these cuties on Pinterest, but I took it a step further and provided not just the template, but also a lesson for comparative (-er) and superlative (-est) adjectives.  This is just a *small* part of this huge pack!

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