I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream! What better way to celebrate spring and summer than with an ice cream theme?!? My students had so much fun celebrating the end of the school year with these sweet activities! (I'm not gonna lie, I did, too ;) We ended our ice cream unit with what else, an ice cream party!
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Ice Cream Pack Activities
• Color Matching Activity: Students match the ice cream cones by color and color word. To add more of a challenge, use the color sight words in black font. This activity can be used on cookie sheets, magnet boards, in pocket charts, or be made into a file folder games.
• Ice Cream Color Memory Match: Play a memory game or play face up for younger learners. Ideas for use: Pass out and have students find their matching partner, place around the room and have students find the matching card. Can also be used in a pocket chart. An ink saving pattern is available, just run on construction paper or color with markers.
• Rainbow Ice Cream Color Student Sheet: Two versions are available, depending on the level of your learner. One has color word written in matching color font and the other is in black font.
• Ice Cream Shape Cards: Help students recognize shape sight words with this activity where student match the shapes to the shape words. Use on a cookie sheet, magnet board, in a pocket chart, or make into file folder games.
• Color the Room Shape Cards: Place shape cards around the room. Students find the cards and color the cones the same color. There is a second version where students draw the shape, rather than color the shape.
• Sweet Shape Cards: Students match ice cream cones by shapes. Play memory, Go Fish, use cards for a color the room activity, find matching partners, etc.
• Sweet Shape Student Sheet: Students cut and glue the ice cream cones by shape.
• Counting Cones: Students count the number of scoops of ice cream and match the number card.
• How many Scoops? Cones have numbers on them. Students place that many scoops of ice cream on top of the cone. There is a blank cone that students can roll a die and place that many scoops on top.
• How Tall is My Ice Cream Cone? Place in order from greatest to least or least to greatest.
• Number cards from 0 to 31: Use during calendar time, print two copies and play memory, pass out and have students line up in numeral order, place a series of cards in a row. Students can figure out what number comes before or after or what number is missing in the series.
• Alphabet Cards: Students place upper and lowercase scoops on the cone that has the matching letter sound picture.
• Scoop of Sounds Student Sheets: Students cut and glue the scoop of ice cream on the correct cone. There are several options available to allow for differentiation. Match alphabet letter to letter sound (both upper and lowercase are available to choose from). Match uppercase to lowercase letter or for the easiest version, match like letters.
• Alphabet Soft Serve Cones: Use during calendar time, print two copies and play memory, and use for the student ABC Cones color the letter activity.
• ABC Cones: Pick an alphabet card or name a letter or letter sound. Students find and color in the letter on their recording sheets. Four versions of the sheets are available. Choose the one that works best for your learner(s).
• Three Step Sequencing Cards and Student Sheets: Choose from building a sundae or an ice cream cone. Color cards are available as a teaching tool and black and white pictures allow students to cut apart and place in order. Glue on a sentence strip or half a sheet of paper cut lengthwise.
• Ice Cream Sundae Patterns: Patterns to make adorable ice cream sundaes crafts
• Anchor Chart Pieces: Create an anchor chart to show your students’ favorite kind of ice cream, sauce, and/or toppings.
• Swirl Cone Craft: Students cut and decorate a soft serve ice cream cone.
• Ice Cream Cone Names: Students sequence the letters of their names on scoops of ice cream and stack on top of a cone for a sweet name activity.
Use these activities as arrival/table time activities, center activities, small group instruction, stations, and during circle/learning times. These activities are designed for preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten.
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