Do you hear it?
The sound of breaking glass resulting from me singing the "Hallelujah Chorus" (I can't carry a tune in a bucket). I'm FINALLY finished with my "The Snowy Days of January Math and Language Arts Station Activities" pack on TPT!! My poor fingers can barely type anymore!
January can be such a LONNGG month, what with snow days, that I decided to create a packet to go along with this time of the year.
Here is a glimpse of what you will find.
There are five math station activities including:
-Measure the Room. Non-standard measurement practice.
-Money Snowball Fight. Counting money.
-Snowman Subtraction. Differences less than twenty.
-Shape Shifters. Shape riddles and sorting.
-Snowy Story Problems. Solving story problems with addition and subtraction.
There are five language arts station activities:
-Read the Snow Room. Words with /sn/, /ow/, and /an/.
-Snowy Words. Creating words using a phrase.
-Sledding Synonyms. Matching words that are synonyms.
-Cocoa Compound Words. Creating Compound Words.
-Fact or Opinion? Sorting sentences as Fact or Opinion.
-Snowy Adjectives. Coloring a boy or girl in winter clothing based on descriptions on cards.
-Snow Day Short Story. Reading an original short story and then answering questions about the setting, characters, and decorating a snowman based on the story.
-The Snow Game. One game board, two fun games! A math game where the children roll two dice and move the number of spaces as the sum. A language arts game where the children determine the number of syllables in a word to know how many spaces to move.
CLICK HERE to check out The Snowy Days of January.
Okay. Now, I need a nap.