Winter Snowman Craft with Alphabet Card Games & a Writing Prompt
This quick, easy and fun little snowman craft is very versatile.
Children can spell out their entire name, or simply do just their initial.
To give you an idea about size, there are two snowman heads on a one-page pattern, and 6 letters on a one-page pattern; making them just the right size for coloring & cutting. Completed projects look terrific on lockers too.
Studying winter vocabulary words, working on CVC or sight words? Those are other options. Give children a choice, or assign them a word to spell out.
I’ve also included a writing prompt worksheet with a winter border: “I like winter because . . . However, I don’t like winter when . . .”
Children will be excited to get down to the business of writing, so they can make the snowman “topper” to put above their paper.
I’ve also included a blank pattern so you can program with a different prompt. Completed projects make a sweet winter bulletin board too.
The packet includes 2 face options, plus a blank template, so children can draw their own; 3 mitten patterns, as well as 4 kinds of hats that students can choose from.
Besides the craftivity, you can mix and match the 5 sets of upper and lowercase letter cards to create alphabet games & centers.
I’ve also included a 3-page tip list of ideas, which includes the “Kaboom!” game.
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I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your kiddos have fun practicing names, words, and the alphabet with a frosty friend.
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