Snowball fights are all the rage right now.... if you are living in the north or east of the USA, that is! Why not bring in a little of the outdoors to your Language Arts instruction?!?
I have created 5 different LA activities to have students use crumbled paper as snowballs. (They will throw the paper for a few seconds and then grab paper to sort or record) There is a snowball game and independent practice for each skill. For each snowball game, I have a recording sheet to use, if needed. For each activity, I give a few suggestions to how to use in the classroom to make it fun and exciting!
Long/Short Vowel sorting with words
Long/Short Vowel sorting with pictures
Rea/Nonsense word sorting
Syllable Sorting (1-2)
Inflected endings-with the sounds of -ed
Check out my math pack here: Let's Have a Snowball Fight-Math Edition!
Make sure to check out and follow my blog for a peek inside my classroom once we get to use these... Which will be when the snow decides to let us get back! ;)
Rulin' The Roost