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# Building Snowmen: A Winter Math & Literacy Activity

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The Daily Alphabet
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#### What educators are saying

We had a blast making these! I love the variety on how to use these. It gives me so much flexibility.
The flexibility with this craftivity was awesome!! I liked that I could use the different pieces to accommodate the needs of my students. I loved that we could use a festive snowman too.

### Description

Make the long, cold days of winter fun with this set of engaging winter literacy and math activities! This resource includes 5 different ways that your students can create their own snowmen!

Quick and easy to prep, this winter activity will allow your students to practice their literacy and numeracy skills!

What’s Included?

5 different activities

• The name of the student
• Sight Words
• Skip counting by 10s to 100/120
• Number work with numbers in the ones, teen numbers, hundred numbers

Options include: number, sketch, ten frame, tally marks, even/odd, expanded form, number bonds, one more, one less, ten more, ten less, hundred more, hundred less.

• Welded Sounds/Glued Sounds: -ing, -ang, -ong, -ung

The possibilities are endless! Students love putting together a snowman craft and displaying their work for all to see. They’ll be engaged in learning without even realizing it!

This pack lends itself to a range of skills and grades, from Pre-K all the way to 2nd grade!

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Cheri says “We used the snowman pieces that had various ways to write a number.  My 1st graders had fun choosing a number and writing the number in different ways.’

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Tina says “My students enjoyed being able to find the letters in their name and put them in order.  We hung them in the hall and they loved showing them to others children in the classes.”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Amy says “We used this resource for counting by tens. The kids were very engaged in this and had fun seeing how long their snowman was.”

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