Students will read, write, listen, and speak for information and understanding. Tell them that while we watch the movie they should be thinking about what they could write to go along with it guided practice.
Below are some suggested extension activities for use with this book.
The children can cut the nose from the template and even the hat, if desired. If the children want, they can punch more black dots for the mouth of the snowman. For more snowman, snowball, and snow activities, please see the Winter Theme here on the blog!
Line the baskets up on one side of the carpet and have students stand on the other. Make 3 snowballs as close to the same size as possible and place them in containers in different areas of the room ex: They can use the blank snowmen on pages and stamp or write the beginning letters to each of the word cards.
Students should have learned to write words that make sense to the story and the given pictures. When the children have finished clipping the clothespin letters to the word cards, they can use dry erase markers to copy the letters clipped to the blank lines on the snowmen on pages Make a pattern on one of the strips and see if they can copy the pattern onto the second strip.
Ask the children to paint the cardboard tube white with a small sponge or large paintbrush. When the pairs have the materials, tell students to first put the pages in what they think is the correct order.
Place all the individually lettered clothespins in the basket. The children can also turn the letter cards face down and work to find the matching letters to their word family cards.
It looks like you are doing a fabulous job. The ability to write words that make sense to the story and given pictures will be known by examining and listening to the coordinating sentences.
Extension idea for younger children: Can someone tell me something fun that you could do when there is snow on the ground?
As time demands or students finish, pull the groups back together and into their seats. Students then throw the snowballs into the correct baskets. By the end of the lesson, the student will be able to… describe the three parts of a story and why they are important knowledge expand on the pictures in The Snowman, by Raymond Briggs, by writing words to go along with selected pictures comprehension decide the correct order from beginning to end of selected pictures from the story evaluation Adaptations: Young children may not have the ability to grasp the actual concept of TIME, but when they watch the hands move on a clock at home or the change in digital numberschildren become aware of the passing of TIME.
Raise your hand if you have ever built a snowman. Introduce The Snowman by having the students look at the cover of the book and make predictions guided practice. Students can clip only the beginning letter of each word card. So do we need words to tell us what is going on in the beginning, middle, and end?
After the movie is over, discuss what a beginning, middle, and an end are in a story.Activity Time: 40 minute writing activity Concepts Taught: using word wall words, punctuation, capital letters, creativity, imagination 1st day: Show video and discuss 2nd day: Read and discuss the book 3rd day: Hand out traced snowman on large white paper to each child.
Have student add eyes, carrot nose, mouth, buttons, scarf and color the hat. Browse The Snowman collection of official Books, Toys and DVDs amongst much more. Activities for use with "The Snowman Storybook," by Raymond Briggs.
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Pin Shares. The Snowman Storybook is a classic for young children. Below are some suggested extension activities for. Find a copy of The Snowman, by Raymond Briggs. Optional: Introduce three key words that students will need for this activity: snowman, ﬂy, and alive. Introduce -Collaboratively use vocabulary cards to retell what happened at the beginning, middle, and end of the.
expand on the pictures in The Snowman, by Raymond Briggs, by writing words to go along with selected pictures Activities: Introduce The Snowman by having the students look at the cover of the book and make predictions middle, and an end are in a story.
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