Bundle Up! Its cold out there! This amazing bundle of fifteen quick and ready-to-go activities will keep your students busy and excited on those long winter school days—with little preparation needed! Activities can be adapted to grade levels and differentiation for students. Reading and language arts, math and science standards are covered. Great to have on hand for those last few minutes of the day or when you have a substitute in for the day.
CLICK TO SEE A PREVIEW >>
Activities included for reading and language arts and math:
- Synonym Match
- Antonym Match
- Writing Template
- Adjective Poem
- ABC Order - 3 Levels
- Word Scramble to create 2, 3, 4 and 5 letter words
- TapNRead Animals in Winter Booklet
- Temperature Chart
- Three number levels of I have, Who Has
- Easy and Hard Addition and Subtraction Worksheets
- Relay Race - Roll, Graph, Count, Record Data and Answer Questions
- Coloring Sheet for Numbers and Colors
- Dice Addition Template
- Domino Addition Template
Subjects: Reading, Language Arts, Science, Math
Key Concepts: Synonyms, Antonyms, Rhyme, Writing, Poetry, ABC Order, Word Sorts, TapNRead Early Reader, Numbers, I Have/Who Has?, Addition, Subtractions, Graphing, Data, Counting, Colors, Animals in Winter, Sorting, Temperature Chart, Classification, Formal and Summative Assessments and Games
Materials: Writing Template, oem Template, Poems, TapNRead Reader, Number Cards, Vocabulary Flashcards, Graph, Activity Sheets, and Teacher Directions
More Activities You'll ❤️
Do You See... Winter?
A quick and easy book for beginning readers. Just print and it is ready to go! Students will gain confidence...
Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
This timeline activity requires students to sort pictures and information into chronological order to learn about the legacy of Dr....
This activity give students practice in estimation and counting time to 100 seconds as they do fun activities for the...
Question of the Day: Groundhog Day
The question of the day activity teaches students how to collect, analyze, and report information. Students tally, graph, and read...