This set includes Snowball Reading, Writing, Math, and Science Activities
to go with the book Snowballs by Lois Ehlers
-writing a story about snowmen
-make a weather report
-gather weather data
Please download the preview to see everything included.
This set includes activities to be completed with iPads but there are also many activities if you don't have any classroom iPads
Page 5 -QR code to scan for digital worksheets
Page 6 -samples of snowmen to make with Faces iMake app.
(Videos to show how to use app are on the QR code and
also digital worksheets that students can save to camera roll
and add to an app to record answers.)
Page 7 -links to apps to use for digital projects
Page 8-more ideas –page 9 goes with it
Page 10-11 copy this page front to back to use the first time you
are reading the story to students. Students answer questions
as you read.
Page 12-15 Make a story or poem to go with your digital snowman.
If you don’t have iPads draw pictures and write your story to go
with it. (there are different sheets to chose from)
Page 16-17 Reread the story and find adjectives the author used
to describe what happened when the snow melted. Then add your
own words with a thesaurus. Melted is a good word to search in
the thesaurus to find new words.
Page 18-19 a verb search- some sample answers are given but
not every verb in the book is written down
Page 20- Study the back of the book weather reports and write
your own. Use Telestory app to record it on iPads if you have
them. The app tells you step by step what to do. Just pick
Weather report category.
Page 21- bring a snowball from outside and weigh it each day for
2 weeks. Talk about evaporation and how it is changing to a gas.
Page 23-28 snowman experiment-supplies and directions.
Page 29-43 Digital worksheets to go with iPads.