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Expository reading is the most challenging for new readers. This highly engaging reading article gives students the practice they need to polish this skill. Snowflakes are always fascinating. This reading can also be related to the idea of symmetry and geometry. This informational reading would
Is there more to snow than meets the eye? What is the difference between a snow crystal and a snowflake? Dive into this earth science unit to discover these answers and many more. Learn how a snowflake begins with water vapor and cools until it forms a delicate snow crystal. Take a closer look at so
Help your students have fun while learning key terms and definitions related to snowflakes, snow crystal shapes, and more with this A Closer Look at the Science of Snowflakes Activity Book. Ten engaging activities include various letter puzzles, matching, graphing puzzles, drawing puzzles, and more.
By Sue Wadsworth In this PowerPoint, the art and science of snowflakes is presented. Students will learn snowflake formation basics, snowflake structure will be explained using hydrogen bonding, and students will learn to predict basic weather conditions using snowflakes shapes. The student PowerPo
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9th - 12th, Higher Education
Snow days and school. Aww the memories. Incorporate a chemistry lesson on the birth of snowflakes with this graphic organizer using the article from Newsela.com provided in the link below:Newsela - The Science of SnowflakesArticle lexile can be adjusted on the website.
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Is there more to snow than meets the eye? What is the difference between a snow crystal and a snowflake? Dive into this earth science unit to discover these answers and many more. Learn how a snowflake begins with water vapor and cools until it forms a delicate snow crystal. Take a closer look at so
Christmas Math Activity: Christmas CSI Math & Science - Who Stole the Magical Christmas Snowflake? Printable, Digital Google Slide Version & BOOM card version.This pack now includes a print version a Google Classroom version for distance learning with your students! With the Google Classroom
Make a snowflake drawing for your art project or craft using this fun art lesson about how snow crystals are formed. This winter activity combines science, art and math and would be a great follow up to reading Snowflake Bentley or after a snow day. This lesson includes a presentation about snowfla
Catching Snowflakes (Literacy Resources) and Craftivity includes several writing graphic organizers for your primary learners. Students will be able to showcase their creative writing with the craftivity. Your hallway will have a great display for the holidays and throughout the winter. This pack
Includes PowerPoint and digital Google Slides™ versions for blended learning. A fun and informative unit about snow that combines science, reading and art. Students learn how ice crystals form, read and answer questions about snow and then engage in a 6-point snowflake-making craft. --- RESOURCE D
Mentor sentences are the perfect way to teach grammar and author's craft through examples of excellent sentences from your favorite read-aloud books! Mentor sentences can absolutely be done with kindergartners and first graders, too! Teachers will just need to provide a lot more scaffolding and guid
Did you know that snow and frost are not actually white? They just look that way because their ice crystals scatter light in all directions giving a white appearance! This 46 page mini booklet pack is perfect for celebrating winters first snowfall or frost with your class! Whether your part of
My kindergarten January Boom Cards™ are here! Boom Cards™ are perfect for using in the classroom and for distance learning. This one deck has three different games for students to play.Audio is also included so students can hear me read the vocabulary words, definitions, and directions.Game 1: stud
This Purposeful Read Aloud Unit Pairs the text Snowflake Bentley by Jacquelin Briggs Martin and the Story of Snow: The Science of Winter's Wonder by Mark Cassino.What's Included:Links to Google Slides, Jamboards, and Seesaw Activities for easy assignment to your virtual learners.Printable Stickie no
This study features the physics of snow crystal development, past and present snow physicists, and famed snow crystal photographer, "Snowflake" Bentley and his remarkable photographic genius of snow crystals using an old bellows camera. Students look at the varieties of snowflakes and their geometry
If you are teaching about snowflakes, snow crystals and snow, then check out this resource.6 activities including a two sided minibook that explains the life cycle of snow crystals complete with a quick comprehension quiz and a word search for early finishers. Also included:Compound words cut and pa
Engage students by having them create their snowflake character and then write about his adventures!This is a great way to integrate science learning and review the water cycle.Included in this set are two reading resources. Use the nonfiction passage and follow up questions to teach students about
Let it snow! If you want to teach your students all about snow crystals, this is the perfect slide show. It corresponds page-by-page with the book The Story of Snow: The Science of Winter's Wonder. However, it can also be used without the book as a stand alone lesson. It teaches how snow crystals fo
The weather outside may be frightful, but your lessons are sure to be delightful! Enjoy those cold days to come with this winter themed unit! It is packed with reading, writing, math, social studies, science, music, and art fun for your little ones! Unit Includes: ~1 Science: “Temperature Workshee
THIS UNIT TELLS THE STORY OF WILSON BENTLEY, WHO DISCOVERED HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH SNOWFLAKES. It includes a colorful book about his life, science & math activities, a song, craftivity and coloring pages for young children. IT INCLUDES:* A 13-page story book about Wilson Bentley* A science experimen
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PreK - K
These Winter Science Experiments for middle school are 3 different labs that will bring a great amount of fun into your classroom this year, yet also provide hands-on scientific method fun!  These fun Christmas themed science experiments are geared for middle school age students but can be used in a
The Life Cycle of a Snowflake Reader's Theatre leveled scripts and Vocabulary Cards BUNDLEIncluded in this BUNDLE: Three scripts Levels 1, 2 and 3 plus matching Vocabulary Cards covering the science terminology underlined throughout the scripts.Make your science standards come alive with these engag
Perfect for the Winter Olympics! Snow, ice, fireplaces, and more! Watch as students analyze the patterns in snowflakes, show them how to turn a fireplace purple, and create beautiful "frost" that doesn't melt! You can also use these seven demonstrations as "mini labs" or as classroom activities!
The Life Cycle of a Snowflake Reader's Theatre scriptLevel 3Make your science standards come alive with this engaging Reader's Theatre play designed to help your students learn about the water cycle, as well as solids, liquids, and gasses as they follow the journey of Sarah and Stanley Snowflake thr

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