The Snowy Day Lesson Plan and Activities

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The Snowy Day by Exra Jack Keats is a childhood classic about a snowy day, and January is the perfect time for reading it!  Here are some ideas to go along with the read aloud.



Make a Snowflake.  Have children make their own large snowflakes using this tracer template.

Make Snowman art.  Have your child decorate this snowman.

Mitten Template. Make mittens with this template.


Language Arts

Winter Words. Have your child sort the winter words on this worksheet.

How to Talk To Your Snowman.  Read this adorable poem with your child.

Snowman Story.  Write a story about a snowman with this template.

Warm Mittens.  Have your child practice reading with this emergent reader.



Grouping by Fives. Practice grouping by fives with this snowman themed worksheet.

Geometric Snowflake. Use geometric shapes to recreate this snowflake.

Snowflake Subtraction.  Practice subtraction with regrouping with this worksheet.

Addition up to 10.  Practice addition with this worksheet.

Snowboard Math. Practice adding and subtracting decimals with this fun snow board themed worksheet.

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