Put some "snow" on the center of the globe. After reading these books and brainstorming some great descriptive phrases and words, we spent day 2 writing rough drafts.
The rest was the same. It was a wonderful read. You will need "fake snow. Here are some finished ones: They got to choose. Some of them came out really great! As a 4th grade team, we decided to do a couple of snowflake activities. Then I had them think about what life would be like if they lived inside of a snowglobe.
We were checking out the local major riverthat is ice jammed. The plates were bought at Party City. I saw a couple that used the student pictures and I knew that was a great idea for me.
The best part about this book So, this was a project that took us a few weeks to complete, but not because it was a long project I modeled what each one of the fingers could look like with words and then had the students brainstorm a few words or phrases on their hand so they could begin writing.
This weather is getting a little cOLD! I managed to control the chaos and keep the glitter on the tiles. I have been using students pictures in fun ways for many years. Now, I cannot take any kind of credit for this adorable project.
I then had them describe what they had seen or heard that lead them to believe that snow was cold. Jam the glue gun underneath the plate and squirt awayaround the plate, making sure the BOTTOM of the plate is "hole-free" and secure! Your custodians will thank you!
When my co-worker taught K she made this project with just a snowman pre-cut and kids added face etc and they cut the snow globe out. I had figured that everyone saw them on Pinterest already Want the printable? Once we were finished sharing, I had the students trace their hand on a sheet of paper.
Start a little hot glue on one of the sides and place the plate down.
I cut them out, they glued. While they were doing this, I had them get on their jackets, hats, scarves, etc.
They talked about it getting so cold that you can see your breath. I was even able to find a claymation version of this on YouTube to show my class! What are you working on in your writing this week?
Hang in the hall for one spectacular display! Hope you love them as much as I do! Once their writing was printed they could start drawing the images in their snow globe. Hear- What would they hear in their snow globe?
To incorporate the snowy idea into writing, I decided to do a snow globe writing activity. Then you have to start by taking pictures of your kids individually as they "act" like they are in a snow globe. This book is beautifully illustrated. I hope this is a project that you can use in your classroom!Dec 06, · If I Lived in a Snow Globe Here it is!
My favorite writing activity of the year! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest. 6 comments: Sarah Hankinson December 16, at PM. Love it! I found your blog from Pinterest! Sarah Learning is for SuperstarsAuthor: Tara Teaches. Jan 20, · Student Snow Globe Writing Activity After thinking about the writing, I quickly searched Pinterest for any other ideas and found many.
I saw a couple that used the student pictures and I knew that was a great idea for me. Then I had them think about what life would be like if they lived inside of a snowglobe. After they took. Dec 31, · Snow Globes SUPER CUTE!!
(sometimes TOO MUCH time) sharing and writing about what I love. As my son would say, you filled my heart with joy, so much that it is now overflowing!:) Another seller on Pintrest here had the activity and others for sale before Christmas.
She included a fill in the blank story with killarney10mile.com: Tori's Teacher Tips. Jan 28, · Stuck in a Snow Globe writing Well, this is the first month in my teaching career that I have had more days off than working.
This weather is getting a little cOLD!Author: Rulin' The Roost. Nov 04, · DIY Homemade Snow Globe. Activity. DIY Homemade Snow Globe ( ratings) this activity lets your child play in pretend "snow" while practicing reading skills and learning about magnets.
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Christmas Writing Craftivity - If I lived in a snowglobe. Find this Pin and more on classroom Ideas by Marlena Peduzzi. Winter Fun Math and Literacy Activities!
A book to go with all of the snowglobe projects you see around on Pinterest.Download