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Snowmen at Christmas Activity Pack!

Many of you may have seen that I was observed for the first time this week! It went really well, and I was so proud of my kiddos! I used the book "Snowmen at Christmas" by Caralyn Buehner, along with my packet that I created for the book!

We utilized my sequencing snowman with real pictures from the story to go over key details. Thank you target dollar spot! We then sequenced the story ourselves using a printable craft from the packet! The younger kiddos used printable sentence strips to sequence the beginning and end. They filled in their own middle details. The older kiddos wrote their own sentences.

Before we read the book, we went over vocabulary using a low-tech game involving printables from the packet, and post-its! The kids were motivated by the points, and they used the picture clues to infer the meaning!

The kids finished off their sequencing snowmen with some "snow"
aka cotton balls! They glued everything on to construction paper, and I got a pretty little bulletin board addition!

The packet has a ton more, including take home worksheets and a simile game. Check it out HERE on TpT and make sure you check out this great book.

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