Winter and Snowy Fun Pinterest Board
The unit I put together for Brave Ireneincludes reading comprehension and writing materials. You can check that out if you’re interested by clicking the unit image.
This unit includes before, during, and after reading activities. The activities build upon the author’s craft and language used. The book is a wonderful mentor text for writing, and the unit guides you through using the book in that way.
Like Snowflakes Fall, it’s a beautiful description of what winter looks and sounds like. It’s great for teaching sensory words and poetic language and for modeling word choice and voice.
Hands-On Activities are Snow Much Fun
- Winter Themed Technology Ideas
- ABCYA Make a Snowman Activity
- Code a Snowflake
- Make a Flake Activity for Upper
Other Winter Themed Blog Posts
- Creating Imagery with Dogteam
- Warm Up Winter with Mitten Fun
- Teaching Main Idea with Animals in Winter
- The Ultimate Guide to Penguin Fun
- The Magic of Jan Brett
I’ll leave you with one last winter teaching tip. Have you tried snowball writing? Snowball writing is a way to write collaboratively. Students write the beginning of a story, crumple the paper, and throw it at a friend. The next person writes the middle of the story, and the final student writes the end. Imagine the stories you’ll hear.