January Winter Pocket Chart Activities, Hibernation, Snowmen, Winter Activities

January Winter Pocket Chart Activities, Hibernation, Snowmen, Winter Activities
January Winter Pocket Chart Activities, Hibernation, Snowmen, Winter Activities
January Winter Pocket Chart Activities, Hibernation, Snowmen, Winter Activities
January Winter Pocket Chart Activities, Hibernation, Snowmen, Winter Activities
January Winter Pocket Chart Activities, Hibernation, Snowmen, Winter Activities
January Winter Pocket Chart Activities, Hibernation, Snowmen, Winter Activities
January Winter Pocket Chart Activities, Hibernation, Snowmen, Winter Activities
January Winter Pocket Chart Activities, Hibernation, Snowmen, Winter Activities
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This set of pocket chart rhymes and activities for January will have your children excited about circle time or morning meeting. This winter children learn about animals in the winter, hibernation, getting dressed to go outside, winter activities graphing, and even a poem for Martin Luther King, Jr. day.

With a new rhyme AND learning activity EVERY WEEK in January, you will be ready for circle time or morning meeting in no time. Everything but the pocket chart is included! No sentence strips to write, wasted effort or extra materials needed.

Did you know you don’t even need to use a pocket chart for most of the activities? We often use them as magnet board activities and center activities at the tables.

WEEK 1

Song/Rhyme: Animals in Winter –This rhyme introduces what some animals (bear, fox, geese) do in the winter. This contains fairly simple text, rhyming and pictures for each phrase.

Activity: Hibernation - Migration - Adaptation –Sort and Graph. Children will sort animal cards based on what each animal does in the winter. 27 animal cards are included in color and blackline.

WEEK 2

Song/Rhyme: The Itsy-Bitsy Snowman – A simple rhyme with pictures for each line. Encourages literacy and has several frequently used words.

Activity: Snowman Letters & Sounds Alphabet snowman are accompanied by three beginning letter pictures for each letter.

•Match the letter to the picture with the sound.

•Place snowman in alphabetical order.

•Choose to picture cards and decide if they make the same beginning sound

•Print two copies of the snowman cards to make a winter “go fish” or memory type game

WEEK 3

Song/Rhyme: “I Have a Dream”– Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday with this rhyme. Repetitive text makes it easy for children to learn to read along.

Activity: Dressing for Winter If you live where winter is cold, you know that getting a group of youngsters outside is quite the undertaking. These sequencing cards will help children determine which order they should put their outside clothing on.

WEEK 4

Song/Rhyme: Playing Outside – A fun rhyme about winter activities.

Activity: Winter Fun Graph Have children graph their favorite activity or activity they would like to try. Reinforces name recognition (EDITABLE PDF), counting, and comparing.

I hope your kids have a fun and educational month! Keep on the lookout for February’s Pocket Chart set or get the GROWING BUNDLE NOW at a huge discount. You can look forward to a poem and activity for Valentine’s Day and much more.

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Recognize and produce rhyming words.
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
Understand that words are separated by spaces in print.
Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters.
Follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by page.
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