Winter Writing for Kindergarten is the perfect packet to engage your students in a variety of winter writing activities, a snowman craft, and booklets. Students write about the winter season, snowmen, penguins, polar bears, hot chocolate, winter weather and clothing, respond to winter literature, winter sports, and more. The activities work well for guided writing, small and whole group writing, or for your writing or literacy center.
• I can learn about WINTER. – draw, write, and share about the winter season.
• What can you write about snow? – draw and write about snow.
• A snowman has . . . Writing – complete the sentence frame to write about a snowman. Draw a picture to illustrate the writing.
• A penguin can . . . Writing – complete the sentence frame to write about something a penguin can do. Draw a picture to illustrate the writing.
• A polar bear is . . . Writing – complete the sentence frame to write about something a polar bear is. Draw a picture to illustrate the writing.
• It is winter! – write a list of things you can do during the winter season.
• What I See in Winter – draw and label four things you see during winter.
• Winter – finish a winter picture and write about it.
• Winter Colors – finish each “I see” sentence frame. Trace the color words.
• I can write WINTER words. – trace the winter words. Color the pictures.
• Winter Book Report – write about a favorite part of a winter book.
• Retell a Winter Story – draw and label a sequence of three events in a winter story.
• A Winter Story – draw and label the main character (who), setting (where), and an event (what) from a winter story.
• I read a WINTER animal book. – draw a picture to illustrate the story, and write a response to the question, “Did you like it?”
• I can read a snowman book. – draw a picture of your favorite part and write about it.
• Finish the Snowman – finish the picture of the snowman. Complete the sentence starter, “The snowman has . . . “.
• Winter is fun! – draw a picture of a fun winter activity. Trace and finish an ”I like to . . .” sentence.
• Winter Weather – draw a picture and trace and complete a sentence frame about winter weather.
• What I Wear in Winter – draw and label four things you wear during the winter season.
• All About Penguins – draw and label two facts about penguins. Trace and complete the sentence frame, “Penguins are . . . “.
• Draw a Picture of a Penguin – draw a picture of a penguin and complete the sentence frame, “My penguin has . . . “.
• I like polar bears. – draw a picture of a polar bear. Trace the sentence starter and write about what you like about polar bears.
• Polar Bear Facts – draw 3 facts about polar bears. Complete the sentence starter, “Polar bears are . . .”.
• How to Make Hot Chocolate booklet – trace words in sentences and draw pictures to complete the booklet.
• What is the same and different about . . . ? – draw and label what is the same and different about winter and summer.
• Winter Sports – draw a picture of your favorite winter sport. Write about a winter sport you like.
• Dressed for Winter booklet – trace words in sentences and color pictures to complete the booklet.
• Snowman Craft – scarecrow craft that can be used with winter writing activities for a bulletin board display.
• How to Make a Snowman Book – trace words in sentences and draw pictures to complete the book.
• Winter Writing Paper – winter themed writing paper to use for open-ended writing activities or at a writing center.
Includes graphics by Little Red’s Schoolhouse
and graphics &/or fonts copyright Dianne J. Hook. www.djinkers.com. License #: 12169230375.
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For more winter activities
Winter Writing for First Grade
I Love Winter Literacy and Math
Winter Math Centers First Grade
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