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    Lost! Create a snowman, and describe the snowman so that others can find the one that is yours.

    Snowman Writing

    Hot Chocolate Craft and Writing Activity. Great for using adjectives to describe the taste, smell, warmth etc...

    After reading "Snowmen at Night" - make tear art snowmen and write "If I were a snowman at night, I would..."

    Great for teaching Characterization in reading unit. Have students create words about themselves with silhouettes or portraits!

    Writing: what caused my snowman to melt.

    Great free character map reading response page.

    ▶ Snowmen At Night - YouTube

    Describing words

    This is a fun, free download created by Two Can Do It. (Use for an enrichment activity or for early finishers.)

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

    Writing paper. Love that the checklist is on the same paper. Love this!

    lost snowman

    Disney Fairies Films - How To Build A Snowman--so cute and funny!

    The Snowman (1982) (Full 26 minute animation) introduced by David Bowie.

    Pinner says, "We have spent a good majority of the year sharing wishes and dreams. For our storyline expo, we are creating silhouettes of students sharing what they love about our school." Great idea

    A great way to practice narrative writing. Read this book to the class. Brainstorm a list of all the things the snowmen did at night. Have students create their own activity. They write 3 paragraphs, developing the characters in the first, describing the snowman's activity and a problem faced in the second and solving the problem in the third. You can add an art element to this by having students design a snowman doing their nighttime activity.

    Melting snowman experiment for kids - perfect to do in any weather just freeze balloons filled with water to make your snowman

    Nonfiction Matters! Very cool idea- each flap then has an example of each of the text structures that the student create themselves.

    Writing describing words using our senses