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The class defines similes after creating a KWL chart about them. Groups rotate through a series of stations in which they creatively complete similes. They create a picture booklet that contains similes. However, the booklet topic and attached materials are snowflake themed, so if you live where it doesn't snow, try to choose a more relevant theme.
3rd - 8th English Language Arts
"Amy Loves the Snow" Guided Reading Lesson
Learners recognize punctuation marks while reading. In this guided reading lesson, young scholars read Amy Loves the Snow, and discuss purposes for using commas. They answer questions about the story and create their own mini-book to reinforce learning.
1st - 2nd English Language Arts
How to Make Snow (If You're Not Elsa)
Low temperature and, more surprisingly, low humidity, are required for snow formation. The process is explained for middle schoolers, with a few references to the Disney film, Frozen, just for fun. This cool video is a crisp addition to your lessons on the water cycle or on weather.
3 mins 5th - 9th Science
Students investigate physical science by answering water property study questions. In this snowfall lesson, students discuss the different types of precipitation around the world and the most common one associated with Alaska. Students conduct an experiment with a snow sample which they use to analyze how much water is in an inch of snow.
7th - 8th Visual & Performing Arts
The White Stuff, Winter in Canada
Students write sound poems inspired by works of art they have viewed, create paintings with snow as subject, create zines about their perceptions of winter, and update one of Robert Harris' winter sports illustrations. Four lessons on one page.
10th - 11th Social Studies & History
Environment: Sounds of the Natural World
Second graders describe and imitate sounds from the natural environment including rain and snow. After listing materials that could be used to make rainsticks, they create their own instruments from cardboard tubes,beans, and sand. To conclude the lesson, 2nd graders create collages of the winter season.
2nd Visual & Performing Arts
How To Make A Snow Person
Ask your class to visualize building a snowman. Then read How To Make A Snow Person. After completing several pre-writing activities, class members label a snowman with body parts and create a sequenced, how-to build a snowman book. Using cotton balls or other materials to decorate their snow person, young writers could illustrate their book.
1st - 2nd Physical Education
Sizzling Snowflake Crystal
Students investigate the concept of a snowflake and how they are formed in nature. They conduct research in order to find images as models for an art project. Students create a snowflake with Crayola Markers and scissors to cut the shape.
1st - 5th Visual & Performing Arts
Slip-Sliding Away... On the Way to School
Students research snow removal in their community. They survey students to find out if they are having problems with the walks on their way to school and how bad the problem is. Next, they organize the findings to present in class. Finally, they draw conclusions about the local situation.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History
Winter Weather Wonders
Students are taught that precipitation comes in many different forms such as rain, freezing rain, sleet, snow, or hail. They research when and why different forms of precipitation fall in temperate climates. Students demonstrate their knowledge of precipitation forms by creating a chart to show weather and temperature conditions.
4th - 12th Science