Hello and happy Saturday. Have you run out of ideas of stuff to do with your students during the holidays? Well, let me share something I did with my kinder boys last year. Yes, we built a snowman, and yes, we sang the song, and yes, they loved it. Let’s get started, shall we?
I used this Build a Snowman worksheet from education.com . I like it because students have to color, cut, and paste, and multi-step activities are always my favorite because they keep students engaged and focused, but changing tasks every once in a while.
And because it was the holidays, I let them use markers. Wild, I know.
After coloring, they cut all the parts and glued them to their snowman.
The snowman was then glued to a blue paper that said “Do you want to build a snowman?” It’s super cliché, but I thought it was a cute and easy idea.
This was my kinder boys’ Christmas card, which it’s cool because it’s different to the typical holiday cards kids make.
I wrote the message in pencil, and then they traced it with black markers. After they were done with the glue, they could decorate the rest of the paper.
Do you know of a movie or story-inspired activity to do with students during the holidays? Tell me about it in the comments!
Love, Miss Camila