Do you read the story “Sneezy the Snowman” by Maureen Wright?
It’s one of my students’ favorite winter books, and perfect for practicing the “sequencing and retelling a story” standards.
With that in mind, I designed these quick, easy and fun flip booklets.
There are two options to choose from.
Since Sneezy ultimately solves his “too cold-too hot” problem, by eating ice cream, one of the options is an ice cream cone topped with a “scoop” of snowman. Sneezy’s “head” flips up to reveal pages that have been sequenced from the story.
The other option, is a full-bodied snowman, where a big snowball at the base of Sneezy is the cover, which also flips up.
Check out the PREVIEW for lots of samples.
As always, all of my patterns come in black & white for students, as well as full color, so that teachers can quickly & easily make a sample to share.
So that you can diversify your lessons, there are also two page options available.
Choose the set of 6 pages, which have 2 graphics on a page, for younger students, while older students can opt to sequence and assemble 12 pages featuring a single graphic, with
When everyone is done, “read” the booklet as a whole group, calling on a student to explain what’s happening on that page; they choose another classmate to continue.
Afterwards, for more reinforcement, students can partner up and take turns retelling the story.
For some writing practice, I’ve also included a “Here’s What Happened” worksheet to help check comprehension. Use the colorful pattern as a whole group activity, to review the story before children begin making their booklet.
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, wishing you lots of frosty fun.
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