Toys Meet Snow by Jenkins 17 Book Extension Activities NO PREP

Toys Meet Snow by Jenkins 17 Book Extension Activities NO PREP
Toys Meet Snow by Jenkins 17 Book Extension Activities NO PREP
Toys Meet Snow by Jenkins 17 Book Extension Activities NO PREP
Toys Meet Snow by Jenkins 17 Book Extension Activities NO PREP
Toys Meet Snow by Jenkins 17 Book Extension Activities NO PREP
Toys Meet Snow by Jenkins 17 Book Extension Activities NO PREP
Toys Meet Snow by Jenkins 17 Book Extension Activities NO PREP
Toys Meet Snow by Jenkins 17 Book Extension Activities NO PREP
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Delightful winter time story for your elementary classroom or library.

From School Library Journal:
onverting their wildly successful "Toys" chapter books (Random) into picture book format, Jenkins and Zelinsky have crafted a story ideal for the younger set, ramping up the adorable factor, while retaining the whimsical spirit of the originals. With their owner, the Little Girl, away for winter vacation, plush animals StingRay and Lumphy the buffalo, along with their pal Plastic the bouncy red ball, suit up (Lumphy sports a mitten on his head, and "dry-clean only" StingRay outfits herself in a plastic bag) and head outside for their very first snow day. Naively knowledgeable StingRay confidently offers her own explanations for the world around them ("'[Snow is] a blanket of peace over the world'"), but Plastic gently corrects her ("'No, it's frozen water…. I read it in a book'"). The three friends take part in their own amusingly endearing versions of typical snow day activities—building a snowman and making snow angels—before watching the sunset and returning inside. By turns witty and tender, the digitally rendered, rich, painterly illustrations vividly conjure up a startlingly stunning winter wonderland, conveying its awe-inspiring beauty from the toy's-eye perspective. Zelinsky affectionately imbues these characters with a warmth that never veers toward the cloying, and his use of light and dark as day slowly turns to evening is masterly. The text is soothingly lyrical in its simplicity; relying on only a few lines of dialogue, Jenkins effectively gives each of the characters their own voice. VERDICT Utterly enchanting; a perfect bedtime read.

I have created 17 book extension activities for this book.

Activities Include:
Cover Page
Making Connections Pre-Reading Activity
Let’s Take a Picture Walk Pre-Reading (2 Activities)
I Wonder… Formulating Questions
Comprehension Questions
Comprehension Questions Answer Key
Compare and Contrast
Story Map
Answering Lumphy’s Questions
Making Connections: Text to Self
Making Connections: Text to Text
Cover Art
A,B.C’s of Snow
Toys Meet Snow 3-2-1
Word Search
Book Review (2 Options)
Total Pages
21 pages
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Get this as part of a bundle:
  1. There are several It's Time for a Story Bundles available in my TPT Store. This is SET TWO. 146 Book Extension Activities to go Along With 10 Titles All titles are appropriate for an elementary school library. Each book’s activities can be differentiated to accommodate multiple grade levels.
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