Aerial View Snowmen
Second grade started their aerial view snowmen this week. Projects like this almost always showcase the kids different personalities. There are usually some very neat and tidy ones, some cute ones,…
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Sneezy the Snowman "Puffy" Craftivity
Hey Friends! It's Kristen again from Loving Teaching Inspiring and I'm so excited to share this adorable craftivity with all of you! Check them out...aren't they adorable?!?! Is it bothering anyone else that one of them is crooked?? AGHHH! It's killing me! I must admit painting with 5 year olds can be very extremely scary. However, I have learned that as long as you give specific directions and go step by step it turns out just fine. We started this activity by reading the story Sneezy the…
Snowflake Pattern Block Mats
Now that it's Winter, these Snowflake Pattern Block Mats will be a fun addition to your math center. A reader asked me to make some of these and sent me some photos of snowflake designs
Nancy Nolan's Kindergarten
We are celebrating Winter in the Kindie Class! The weather has been unusually warm this week so it made our snow theme even more fun! Here's a little peek of our week. Our Literacy center featured snowmen puppets and flannel board stories. The children loved playing with the "snowballs". We featured Snowmen at Night in our language center. We wrote journal pages about snow. We had snowball fights with "snowballs". We made snowmen in the art center. Our room looks amazing with all our cute…
Build-Your-Own Snowman (in a bag) - I Can Teach My Child!
What kid doesn't love building snowmen??? Now you can give the gift of snowman building and there is absolutely no snow required! This is the
Winter Writing Prompts
Snowmen at Night writing activity - These cute winter writing prompts are great to use anytime during the winter season. They are perfect to spark your kids’ creativity and help them get excited about writing! There are NINE different creative prompts to choose from so you can select the one(s) that best match the ability level of your class. You could also put a few of them in your writing center and let the children pick which one they want.