Perfect set for Preschool to First Grade. Add a little snowman themed fun to practice various skills in your classroom.
This set includes crafts, printables, games, and more... Please see below for a list of files found in this set. Also see the preview for more pictures of some of the files.
Page 5 and 6—Roll a Snowman. Student adds the snowman pieces as they roll.
Page 7—Color a Snowman. Students take turns rolling the dice. First person to color all the parts, wins.
Page 8—Draw a Snowman. Students take turns rolling the dice. First person to draw a snowman, wins.
Page 9, 10, and 11—Snowball game. You will need to provide pom-poms or markers for this game. Directions included.
Page 12 and 13 —Color a Snowman Rhyme Activity that can be done as a class activity or in small groups. Page 14 is an independent review of the activity which can be used as enrichment.
Page 15 to 24—Beginning Sound Center. Students add a snowball with a picture of the given beginning sound. Page 25 to 28—Snow globe craft template and directions.
Page 29 to 36—Many activities to use with the book, There was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed some Snow. Swing trash can template, little book, and dice game.
Page 37 to 41—My two favorite snowman poems/songs with manipulatives to match. Page 42 to 44—Snow Play dough Mats
Page 45 to 49—Templates to make a large snowman toss. Write letters, numbers, and or sight words on ping pong balls and have your students say the sounds and toss into the snowman.
Page 50—51—Print these on cardstock. Add a magnet. Place on cookie sheet and have students put the pieces together to make a snowman of their choice.
Page 52 to 53—Handprint craft with poem to attach. Page 54 to 57—Snow Globe Counting Game with a dice. All you need to provide is counters. I suggest mini marshmallows.
Page 58 to 60—2 Color, Trace, and Stamp Sheets. You can use a bingo dauber or a round stamp of your choice.
Page 61 to 62— I used this sheet in a page protector and the students used a dry erase to trace the letters and numbers. They enjoy adding details to the blank snowman.
Page 64—Match and count snowflake cards for your pocket chart. Page 65 and 66—Roll and graph snowman parts. Dice is provided and record sheet is provided.
Pages 67 to 76—Snowman Glyphs—Two different glyph. One is in craft format. Another is a simple coloring glyph. There is a class Data sheet to match the first Glyph. Students can look at the displayed graphs to complete the sheet on page 75.
Page 77 to 82—Roll Say Keep Snowman Themed .
All files are single classroom use only. Files Copyright 2013 c. Gallagher www.teachingheart.net