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  • Becky Hansen

    Lost! Create a snowman, and describe the snowman so that others can find the one that is yours. Perfect for follow-up to labeling snowman activity!!

  • Emily S

    Lost! Create a snowman, and describe the snowman so that others can find the one that is yours. Great writing lesson for using adjectives and being more descriptive - Something like this could work for high school language class for a bulletin board

  • Jennifer Impey

    Great for January writing. Cute for descriptive sentences. Can you find the snowman that goes with the right "lost" poster? Great idea for writing in the artroom...makes students describe what they created and gives you a creative bulletin board! I like this idea!

  • Angie Adams

    Lost! Create a snowman, and describe the snowman so that others can find the one that is yours. Good idea for helping them write more vividly about their characters. I LOVE this idea for descriptive writing!

  • Ariana Terebelo

    Lost! Create a snowman, and describe the snowman so that others can find the one that is yours. This would be cute to tie in with our descriptive paragraph writing.... with a cute bulletin board idea!

  • Carrie K.

    Lost! Create a snowman, and describe the snowman so that others can find the one that is yours. Very cute for a Winter Writing board! (Use as introductory descriptive writing activity with dogs.)

  • Becca Springfield

    Descriptive writing idea

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GREAT craft idea let them create their own snowman!

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I love this idea! Make a gingerbread man, the describe him in a lost poster!

adjective snowman. I may do this with animals too this week. Great idea for ESL / EFL / ESOL

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I like the idea. Wouldn't use for Valentine's Day, but maybe a character piece with the individual snow flakes working together to make the one snowman..