Snow Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse

Snow Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
Snow Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
Snow Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
Snow Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
Snow Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
Snow Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
Snow Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
Snow Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
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The Snow Unit is filled with literature-related activities about snow. Activities are centered around these books: All You Need for a Snowman, The Biggest, Best Snowman, Brave Irene, Snowflake Bentley, Snowmen at Night, and The Snowy Day. (Includes 12 files below)

1) All You Need for a Snowman – Possessives: An activity for students to write their own possessive nouns.
2) All You Need for a Snowman – Sequencing: Students read this story and sequence the steps of building snowmen.
3) The Biggest, Best Snowman – Adjectives: Students practice using -er and -est to write regular and irregular comparative adjectives.
4) The Biggest, Best Snowman - Biggest, Best Project: Students match characters with their tasks in the story and write steps for their own "Biggest, Best Project."
5) Brave Irene - Word Map: An activity to create a word map using vocabulary from Brave Irene by William Steig.
6) Brave Irene – Writing: Students write about how they persevered to reach a goal. (Planning page and winning-themed primary and intermediate lined paper included)
7) Snowflake Bentley - "Photograph" Word Detective: Students manipulate cut-apart letters to make words and complete tasks with the words.
8) Snowflake Bentley – Timeline: Students illustrate and arrange important events from Wilson Bentley's life in chronological order to create a timeline.
9) Snowmen at Night – Booklet: Students create a minibook about what they imagine snowmen do at night.
10) Snowmen at Night – Rhymes: A rhyming activity with words from Snowmen at Night by Caralyn Buehner.
11) The Snowy Day – Onomatopoeia: Students match "sound words" with pictures and draw their own pictures to practice using onomatopoeia.
12) The Snowy Day – Writing: Students write about what their adventures would be on a snowy day. (Planning page and snow-themed primary and intermediate lined paper included)

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