Snowflakes Flipper Book

Snowflakes Flipper Book
Snowflakes Flipper Book
Snowflakes Flipper Book
Snowflakes Flipper Book
Snowflakes Flipper Book
Snowflakes Flipper Book
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4 MB|29 pages
Product Description
If you can’t beat the cold weather in January, then just join it! And if you don’t live in a snowy place this Snowflake Little Flipper is even more perfect for you! Create a seven-page mini booklet with your students. This flipper book is about Snowflakes!

Students will explain the meaning of snowflake and write about how a snowflake is made. They will write about how snowflakes are different (or support why they are not). They will complete a snowflake drawing and then draw different shapes of snowflakes. They will match words and meanings and they will complete research on a topic of their choice (with your guidance). This is a fabulous way to introduce or reinforce your student’s knowledge of a science topic. This Little Flipper is also perfect for a follow-up after a STEM Challenge! (My Winter Series is amazing and fun!)

When students have completed the writing and illustrating, the flippers are easy to cut out and staple together. The templates in this product make one mini flipper book. The books are 8 x 5 inches in size when completed. They will fit in a composition notebook.

Included are simple teacher directions, 2 choices of covers in color and 2 in black/white, the 7 page flipper book, an extra page if students need more space, and a poster set! The poster set includes Blizzards, Fun Facts, and Shapes. Also included are vocabulary strips to display as you work. Sample answers are also in the resource.

These little flippers would be perfect for introducing the winter season, independent center work, early finishers, substitute days, or as homework tasks.

Students will:
• Research and write about the meaning of the word snowflake.
• Research and write about how snowflakes are made.
• Research and describe why snowflakes are different (or can be the same if they choose to support that statement.)
• Complete a drawing of a snowflake.
• Sketch different shapes that form the beginning of a snowflake.
• Match vocabulary words to meanings.
• Research and write a factual paragraph about a topic of their choice.

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This works perfectly with these resources:
Build a Snowflake
Build an Igloo
Build a Snowman
Winter Challenge Bundle
Polar Regions Non-Fiction Task Cards
Winter Math Print & Solve Gr. 5
Winter Math Print & Solve Grade 3-4

You might also like these Little Flippers:
STEM and Engineering Design Process
Scientific Method
Kinds of Rocks and the Rock Cycle
Seeds and Flower Parts
Earth Day
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