We all know the weather patterns—hot in summer and cold in winter? Or, is that correct? This year alone we’ve had temperatures in the 80s with torrential rains followed by bone chilling, pipe bursting temperatures so cold that schools and businesses were closed. These extreme weather swings took place in the month of January. Climate change is more than likely the cause of our now-familiar roller coaster weather patterns.
Why not tap into these changes in weather patterns to create a snowman glyph?
Created by Rainbows to Snowflakes with original artwork by deb troehler, this resource includes instructions and printables to use with your students to practice recording and interpreting data, create and interpret bar graphs, and improve fine motor skills.
As an added bonus, a snowflake printable that can be used in math centers is included with this resource.