How to Build a Snowman We'll have a unit on winter when we return to school in January. Although it doesn't snow where we live the students still enjoy talking about snow activities. We read snowman stories and learn about building a snowman. Here's a fun and engaging snowman activity that you can use in the classroom. It's called How to Build a Snowman. The students draw and write about the steps in building a snowman. It's a simple and quick prep activity. Follow up by having your…
Students write their New Year's Resolution on the party hat. Then, they draw on their face. They color and decorate the horn, and then wrap it around their pencil to make it curl like a party horn. They glue it on their mouth to make it look like they are blowing it.
Animal habitats bulletin board. Divide a bulletin board up into the four main animal habitats. Choose an appropriate boarder. Have students draw their favorite wild animal on a piece of paper and have them place it in the correct habitat. This will be a great way to display students artwork!
Today, we used adjectives to describe ourselves! First, I had the students use their white boards to brainstorm 7 adjectives. This allowed me to quickly fix their spelling as well as correct any words that weren't actually adjectives. Then, they made this project (copied their adjectives onto small pieces of white paper, drew/cut themselves out, and wrote their name at the top):