This craftivity is a quick, easy and fun way to practice a variety of standards, and is a simple way to whole group assess by playing an "I Spy" game.
Practice upper or lowercase letters, numbers to 20 or 31, plus skip counting by 2s, 3s, 5s and 10s.
Simply choose the snowman that's appropriate for your kiddos and print the patterns.
Children cut and glue their snowman's head together.
Poke a hole in the center and attach a carrot "nose" to the center with a brass brad. This acts as a pointer.
I hang the number 31 snowman in our calendar center, so that we can countdown the days of January, as we practice counting backwards. You can also use it as a countdown to Christmas in December.
I use the upper and lowercase letter snowmen, as a fun way to whole-group assess.
"My preschoolers were THRILLED with their alphabet reviews this time!!! Made reviewing their letters much more fun. I'm anxious to use him for all the other suggestions you have shared!"
"Snowy's Nose" by Kelly Asbury, is a sweet book to read before or after this craft.
"The kids loved making the snowmen. What a fun way to practice skills."
I'm Diane from Teach With Me, wishing you a "brrrrr-illiant" winter.
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