Snowman Adjective Writing Activity

Snowman Adjective Writing Activity
Snowman Adjective Writing Activity
Snowman Adjective Writing Activity
Snowman Adjective Writing Activity
Snowman Adjective Writing Activity
Snowman Adjective Writing Activity
Snowman Adjective Writing Activity
Snowman Adjective Writing Activity
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Thank you for considering this product for your classroom.

This product includes:

Page 1- Cover Page

Page 2- Snowman Planning Sheet

Page 3- Snowman Construction Sheet (Draft page for Construction)

Pages 4-10- "Lost" or "Missing" stationary pages (7 different styles to choose from)

Page 11- Second lined page

Page 12- Terms of Use

How to Use:

Use this activity when introducing or reviewing adjectives. There are a variety of options when using this product.

Option 1- After reviewing adjectives with your students, provide the Snowman Planning Sheet (page 2) to each student. Review the adjectives listed in the word bank and list additional adjectives together as a class. Students will pick from the list of adjectives to describe their snowman's personality, shape & size, smile, eyes, and clothing. Once students have listed their adjectives, they are ready for the Snowman Construction Sheet.

The Snowman Construction Sheet (page 3) is a draft page for students to draw their snowman. Students will look back to their planning sheet to make sure they are including the correct adjectives.

Once students are finished with their construction page, the teacher will provide students with construction paper, crayons, and other necessary materials to create their snowman. Templates are NOT provided in this packet. This allows students the freedom to create and build without limitations.

After students have created their final snowman, the teacher will explain to students that their snowman is LOST or MISSING in the snow. The students have to create a descriptive writing piece describing the attributes of their snowman in order for him/her to be found. A flow map/writing rough draft paper has NOT been provided in this packet.

Once students have created their descriptive piece, the teacher will provide a "Lost" or "Missing" stationary page to each student. (Page 4-10)

After all students have created their descriptive pieces, the teacher can post the snowmen and descriptive writings around the classroom or on a bulletin board for students/classroom visitors to locate the missing/lost snowmen.

Option 2- Start the writing activity with The Snowman Construction Sheet. (page 3) This is a draft page for students to draw/create their snowman.

Once students are finished with their construction page, the teacher will provide students with construction paper, crayons, and other necessary materials to create their snowman. Templates are NOT provided in this packet. This allows students the freedom to create and build without limitations.

After students have drafted and created their final snowman, the teacher will provide the Snowman Planning Sheet (page 2) to each student. The class will identify the purpose of adjectives and will review the meaning of each adjective in the word bank. The students will use their snow creations to create an additional list of adjectives that could be used to describe their snowmen.Students will used their already created snowman to describe their snowman's personality, shape & size, smile, eyes, and clothing.

Once students have listed their adjectives, the teacher will explain to students that their snowman is LOST or MISSING in the snow. The students have to create a descriptive writing piece describing the attributes of their snowman in order for him/her to be found. A flow map/writing rough draft paper has NOT been provided in this packet.

Once students have created their descriptive piece, the teacher will provide a "Lost" or "Missing" stationary page to each student. (Page 4-10)

After all students have created their descriptive pieces, the teacher can post the snowmen and descriptive writings around the classroom or on a bulletin board for students/classroom visitors to locate the missing/lost snowmen.

My students thoroughly enjoyed sharing their descriptive writing pieces to their class, and having their classmates identify their snowman. I hope that you will find this to be an exciting review and/or introduction to adjectives!

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