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Who is it for?
- 1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
- 2nd Graders, (7 to 8-year-olds)
- 3rd Graders (8 to 9-year-olds)
- Your little scientist
- Upon purchase, you will be able to instantly download a PDF file.
The activities included upon instant download:
*Full Listings of the COMMON CORE STANDARDS covered in the unit
*Table of Contents
* KWL (KNOW WONDER LEARN) & SCHEMA- Sheets & Headers for charts
*ASKING QUESTIONS before, during, and after reading and learning about winter. Blank template provided for students to record their questions.
*THEME WORD activity where students must define words using a glossary and illustrate the meaning.
*7 FACT POSTERS provide the teacher and students with information on the season of winter, the changes in winter, animals in winter, snow, weather and clothes in winter, activities and sports in winter, and celebrations in winter. For every poster, there is a question sheet.
*SORTING FACTS activity where students must cut and paste facts into the correct category (weather, changes, animals, etc.)
*2 Snow IS, CAN, HAS sheets & sorting facts about snow activity.
*Winter FACT FINDING sheet is provided. Have students read and record the main facts from the fact posters.
*The Changes in Winter MINI BOOK. Fill in the blanks with facts about the changes in winter. Answer key provided.
*LABELED DIAGRAM of a SNOWFLAKE, SNOWMAN, & EVERGREEN TREE activities & posters
1), anchor charts for each.
2) Posters & Heading to make class anchor charts
3) Cut & paste the labels/name the parts
*LIFE CYCLE of a Snowflake activities and posters provided!
1) Anchor chart
2) Posters & headings to make class anchor charts
3) Mini book to write about the life cycle
4) Story book to fill in and draw pictures
5) Cut & paste labels around the life cycle
*COMPARE & CONTRAST with Venn Diagrams. Compare winter and summer and sort facts about each into the correct part of the diagram. One extra sheet provided to compare winter to any season.
*3 PHOTO ANALYSIS activities with 3 real photographs of winter. Activity where students examine the photographs and make connections, ask questions, and infer meaning.
*3 Winter SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS. Teacher instruction page provided with background information, materials, and steps. Student pages for each experiment provided.
*Winter OBSERVATION JOURNAL where students act as meteorologist and record the weather they observe in fall and record those observations.
*RESEARCH TEMPLATE for students to record notes that they locate while reading the fact sheets or elsewhere. Organized into headings (changes, animals, weather, etc.)
*REPORT BOOKLET & WRITING PAPER are provided as a follow up to the research project. Students can put their notes into paragraph form and make a non-fiction book. Many page options included.