Friday, January 6, 2012

Snowman FUN

 After reading about the five senses. Give each student a blank piece of paper and have them close their eyes. Read the instructions for how to draw a snowman... it should look pretty funky. Have the students turn the paper over to the side and read the directions to draw a snowman should look pretty good. They can SEE how important sight is. Get ready for lots of GIGGLES!

Play I'm a Sneaky Snowman.
Gather the students in a circle. Tell them you're going to play a game that has to do with hearing. Have one student sit in the middle with a blindfold on. Choose a student to say "I'm a Sneaky Snowman." The blindfolded students has to try and guess who said it. Have them guess a few more students and then choose someone else to sit in the middle.

Click HERE for a cute snowman addition game from Grade ONEderful.
Snowman Glyph

Snowman Probability
Snowman Counting By 2's from Doodle Bugs Teaching.

Snowman Mobile
 Snowman Sensory Words from First Grade Fabulous Fish.

For the sense of taste, PLAY...
Click on the picture to download a copy.

Write 2 digit numbers on the snowmen. Call them out by tens and ones. Have the students color in the snowman that you call. Don't forget to start with ones and then tens and see if they can still figure it out.

Click HERE for a video on how to fold a mini book.

Click HERE for a cute snowman button subitizing video.

Snowman 10's game from first grade fanactics.
Great practice for 10 more and ten less.