It was just a photo, but I *KNEW* I had to find a way to work this project into our week…
So after reading, “Names for Snow” by Judi K. Beach
We brainstormed some adjectives and verbs for snow…
The kiddos had a blast making these. I showed them how to draw the head and bodies. Then let them color in with crayon. I’ve seen this done with construction paper and color pastels (but we didn’t have the time or the energy… ok… maybe the teacher didn’t have the time or energy… but still)
You can grab the cute writing paper I used for the poem here.
We also started working on our snowflakes for our, “There’s Snowbody Like Me” writings. (Also available in my Snow unit)
Gotta love what white paper, scissors, and LOTS of glitter can create…
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