Snow Writing Activities: Essay, Display & Creative Writing Assignment w/ Sensory Imagery! Use these fun and challenging assignments on a day when kids are in school but there’s snow outside. This is just the assignment you’ll need when your students are all looking out the window instead of at you. It should keep them motivated, learning, and having fun all at the same time!
Students will use a sensory imagery recording sheet and (brief) structured time to go outside and observe the snow (just outside the door is far enough). Then the class will share information and ideas using a bulletin board display format and graphic organizer. Students then follow a structured essay outline graphic organizer (including introduction and conclusion) to write out a rough draft. Final draft paper is provided. A fun creative writing assignment is also provided to use their same recorded sensory observations of the snow. View the free preview to see ALL included materials.
-Two page detailed teacher directions
-Student Sensory Imagery Snow Recording Sheet
-Student Information Sharing Graphic Organizer Sheet
-Displayable example of how to fill out recording sheet
-12 pages of interactive display/bulletin board parts for students to share information (color and black line)
-Full page of photos showing different ways to execute display
3-page essay outlining graphic organizer (includes intro/conclusion)
-Displayable example of how to turn notes into paragraphs
-Front & back Final Draft paper
-Front & back Creative Writing Assignment sheet
BENEFITS THESE SKILLS:
Observation and Recording Skills
Group Collaboration/Sharing of Ideas
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