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The Snowy Day : Ezra Keats Make text-to-self connections to the book by brainstorming all of the things we love to do in the snow.

The Snowy Day : Ezra Keats Make text-to-self connections to the book by brainstorming all of the things we love to do in the snow.

Polar Bear Anchor Chart

Here you will find a collection of anchor charts that have been helpful in my classroom. To find the post related to the anchor chart click .

Snowman, Snowman, What Do You See? Emergent Reader (instant download!)

Snowman, Snowman, What Do You See?

Welcome to Room 36!: The Mitten. Brainstorm

teaching strategies Absolutely awesome lessons to teach for winter, december, january, mlk, and new years

A great list of crafts and activities for the classroom on Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

Martin Luther King activities: An MLK anchor chart. Nice visual to make and add to as students learn things.

What did your snowman do at night? Make a writing page sheet with the words My snowman .... Then draw the picture the way you see it here. Have kids brainstorm what their snowman did at night. Then they can copy the words on a post-it to finish the sentence. Have them read it to the group later in the day. Makes a nice center.

It& FREEZING COLD here in Alabama, so much so that we even had a delayed start on Thursday morning, but NO snow yet! Now I know our neighb.

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.

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.

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