Winter is here and it is time to start asking hypothetical questions about funny snowmen and empty trees and Christmas presents. Winter Hypothetical Situations has 20 printable pages. Each page begins with the question, “What if you were a…” and students imagine how life would be different as a snow-woman or snowplow or leaf or butterfly or spider or train or polar bear or cottontail. Use these writing prompts during the Winter season to promote divergent thinking and improve explorative imagination. Take a look at the Preview to see a few pages from this packet.
If you would like more of this activity, here are the four seasons in this series:
Spring Hypothetical situations
Summer Hypothetical situations
Fall Hypothetical situations
Winter Hypothetical situations