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# Snow Lessons for January

I will be sharing with you my K-2 enrichment lessons for January’s return. All of these lessons revolve around snowmen.

In kindergarten we will discuss what imagination is and read the well loved Snowmen at Night.

After we read this, students will design their own snowman and describe what he looks like, what his favorite food is, his name, favorite games, etc. As we finish, students will share their work, and we will discuss who used imagination and originality.

In first grade we will also discuss imagination and originality. Then we will read Sneezy the Snowman.

After we read this story, I will challenge students to think of a way to create Sneezy the Snowman without using snow since he keeps having the problem of melting. Students will have to think of different spherical shapes they might use for the balls that make up a Snowman. For example, they might use basketballs, globes, beachballs, Christmas ornaments, or the like. It will be fun to se who has the most imagination with this lesson!

With second grade, I will recycle a lesson I have done before and love! We will create six pointed paper snowflakes after learning about snowflakes in the book below. I will link to that post here.

This year, I may change things up a bit as I use this video in lieu of the book.

Don’t forget Super Teacher Worksheets has lots of snowman resources, too, to round out any unit you may be developing!