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Are your teaching in a cold and snowy environment? If so, then try out this fun activity with your class. You mix a variety of colors in large jars to show learners the difference between primary and secondary colors, then let them mix the colors by squirting the snow. This can be done in or outside.
This lesson is written just for those of you who live in snowy places. Learners create temporary art in order to understand the creative process. They get outside and paint the snow! The snow or ice can be sculpted first and then painted, or the kids can just get creative. Like chalk art, this snowy activity won't last, but that's the point.
In this literature activity, students complete seven multiple choice questions about the book, "A Breath Of Snow And Ashes." These questions contain concepts such as choosing the correct author, who published the book, when it was on the New York Times best seller list, and more.
Learners explore how snow helps animals survive in the wild. In this animal science instructional activity, students review key vocabulary words and discuss types of animal adaptations. Learners construct shoebox to simulate the snowy environment where wild animals live. Students write about how animal adaptations help animals survive.
Students compare the change in snow and ice over a 10 year period. In this environmental science lesson plan, students use the live data on the NASA site to study and compare the monthly snow and ice amounts on a map of the entire Earth. They use excel to analyze the averages.