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Make a cute snowman with this easy to use lesson pack. Students follow instructions to create their own snowman in one lesson and in another lesson, write their own set of directions to give another student. Creates a Christmas display that covers essential curriculum practice. With Learning Intentions and Success Criteria provided you can justify this lesson as part of your English and use it for Christmas to keep the children happy!
This pack contains 3 levels of the same activity, 7 student pages and a page of teacher notes. I have included another 3 student pages that have UK spelling of the word 'colour'.
Easy level is very explicit. Short steps. Includes an example of what students should end up with.
Medium level, still very explicit. Includes no example of finished result increasing difficulty. Same instructions as easy level but steps are longer, same wording.
Hard level includes task but has no instructions to follow. Students write own instructions. Students follow someone else’s written instructions.
Vocabulary sheet Use to pre-teach words before you begin creating. Can be used as a spelling list or focus words
‘Parts’ for activity - 2 pages of parts to complete the “How to Make” activity. Includes two spare pieces to ensure students are reading instructions, not just gluing everything together.
Bonus page - A word work page is included as a bonus in this resource. Can be used as a lesson on its own, for fast finishers or homework.
Teacher notes are included with a suggestion on how to structure the lesson/s and how you can use these resource.
Lesson 1 pre-teach words that students will be exposed to using the vocabulary sheet.
Lesson 2 students can create the snowman themselves using the instructions provided.
Lesson 3 students write their own set of instructions for the snowman.
Lesson 4 teacher gives out student written instruction to each student allowing each student to follow someone else’s instructions - a great way to see who can actually give/write instructions.
Glue the instruction sheet on the reverse of the finished picture. This way you have a record of Learning Intentions and Success Criteria with the activity.
Extra pieces could be used for students to draw own snowman body and they add these to it.
Paint or draw a background first.
PLEASE CHECK YOUR PRINTER SETTING BEFORE PRINTING AN ENTIRE CLASS SET.