Let's Build a Snowman Language Activity

Let's Build a Snowman Language Activity
Let's Build a Snowman Language Activity
Let's Build a Snowman Language Activity
Let's Build a Snowman Language Activity
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This product is a fun and interactive material that targets 13 different skill areas, including:

* Wh-Questions (who, What, Where, When, Why)
* Idioms
* Categories (convergent and Divergent)
* Multiple Meaning Words
* Synonyms
* Antonyms
* Directions (1-step, 2-step, and 3-step)
* Past Tense Verbs (regular and irregular)
* Future Tense verbs
* Auxiliary and Present progressive verbs
* Subjective pronouns
* Third person singular verbs
* Object labeling and object functions

To prepare: Print the snowman spinner on page 5. Laminate this page, if desired. Choose the colored snowman pieces (Pages 6 through 9) or black and white snowman pieces (Pages 10-11) for the activity. Print out one half-sheet snowman for each student. If you are using the colored snowman pieces, the pages
contain enough parts for four snowmen. If you are using the black and white snowman pieces, the one sheet of pieces will make one snowman, so you may need to print additional copies of this page. Laminate the snowman pieces if desired and cut out. Determine the goals that you would like to work on and print the appropriate sheets (pages 12-32). Laminate and/or cut apart the boxes, if desired.

*I printed the sheets on different colored paper, so I could target a wide variety of goals within the same group.

To use: Lay out the snowman pieces on a flat surface and give each student an “empty snowman” half sheet. Then, have students answer a question/complete a task related to their goal area(s). There are suggested prompts on each task sheet (pages 12-32). using a pencil and a paperclip, create a spinner with the large snowman spinner sheet. Spin the paperclip and add the appropriate pieces to the “empty snowman”. If students lands on a snowman piece that is already on their snowman, they can either spin again or lose their turn. Students will need seven parts to complete their snowman: a set of three buttons, eyes, a scarf, a hat, twigs for arms, a carrot nose, and a smile. The first person to
complete his/her entire snowman (or the person who has the most parts at the end of a session) is the winner!
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Let's Build a Snowman Language Activity
Let's Build a Snowman Language Activity
Let's Build a Snowman Language Activity
Let's Build a Snowman Language Activity