Three snow day activities to get your students back to learning while they anticipate the upcoming snow fall. A science, writing, and math activity are each included in this resource. Resources are best suited to supplement The Almost Incredibly True Snow Day Guide available here.
Science Lesson: Students build and measure ice towers then see how much water it takes to make that amount of ice. Topic: States of Matter
Writing Lesson: Students are given a writing prompt to describe a snow day superstition they have (or create). Space is given to draw the activity.
Math Lesson: Math targets are blank and can be used for addition or subtraction.
Story and lessons would be great to leave as an emergency substitute plan or for one of those days where things just don't go right.
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