Seasons and a Snowman Snowglobe Writing~
Do your kids need a fun packet of writing that will make them think about what each season actually looks like? With this packet, your students will fill in blank snowglobes to show what a snowman in a snowglobe would look like in each different season. Your students can color in what the season would look like and then write on the matching page about that season.
How to Use:
This can be used in a whole group setting or in small stations (centers).
I have used this in my classroom to make into books. I have included both color and black and white copies of the pages. You can print either (especially if you have access to a color copier).
For my classroom, I printed the last page (similar to the cover page but in black and white). I glued this to the outside of a folder that had prongs in it. From there, I printed the rest of the pages provided in black and white. I like to use the larger snow globe at the end for the vocabulary.
For example- for my students, I printed the large seasonal vocabulary page (4 copies per child), one each of the globes for spring, summer,winter and fall in black and white, and one of each of the writingpages that accompany the globes.
I start with with the plain globe andthe kids and I talk about what each season looks like.
We then pick a season and brainstorm words that go with the season. I write these on the board and the kids can
copy them onto their globes.
Next, the kids can color what the season would look like in the snowglobe. I think of Olaf in the movie Frozen for this
where he is singing in summer.
Last, the kids will fill out their writing pages. Continue for each season.
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