To get just the right size "globe" I used an Easter bucket I bought from Target a couple of years ago. When my co-worker taught K she made this project with just a snowman pre-cut and kids added face etc and they cut the snow globe out.
I did this project with my students last year, and the haunted houses I did this year was a play on this snow globe writing activity.
The best part about this book Living in Central Florida, a vast majority of my students have never seen real snow. I have lots of assessing to do this week, so I hope our behavior incentive continues to influence their choices.
I was even able to find a claymation version of this on YouTube to show my class! They are C- U - T -E and would make a great display when you get back from break!
Using a hot glue gun, cover the outside edge of a 7" clear plate with glue. After they wrote their stories, my students made their own snowglobe. I actually used it for a game at the Spring Carnival during my first year teaching.
You will need "fake snow. The plates were bought at Party City. The rest was the same. Did anyone else try these wreaths? Glitter just seems to make everything better. I have had many compliments on these! Hang in the hall for one spectacular display!
They have added some much needed sparkle and shine to the 4th grade hallway! I began by building some background knowledge. December first we made stockings from Construction paper and hung them by our cubbies with care.
I laminated the pictures.
Some of them even captured that in their snow globes! If you missed out How does that happen? All the boys and girls that are on green or above get a little something in their stocking. They said that it was cold and wet. They cut out, glue their completed writing paper, and now decorate in the "globe" by adding themselves.
While they were writing their final copies, I got the globes all snowy and glued. We talked about having one of the "steps" be that the globe got all shook up and it might have messed up a snowman they were building, etc. We tried to be so careful. While they were doing this, I had them get on their jackets, hats, scarves, etc.
I cut them out, they glued. Start a little hot glue on one of the sides and place the plate down. Then you have to start by taking pictures of your kids individually as they "act" like they are in a snow globe.Jan 28, · Stuck in a Snow Globe writing Well, this is the first month in my teaching career that I have had more days off than working.
This weather is getting a little cOLD!Author: Rulin' The Roost. Winter Writing: Trapped in a Snow Globe December 12, Okay if you have ever been on Pinterest during the winter you have most definitely seen this adorable winter writing craft to do with your students: If I were trapped in a snow globe.
Dec 06, · If I Lived in a Snow Globe Here it is! My favorite writing activity of the year!
Glitter just seems to make everything better. Normal snow scenes are transformed into magical fantasy lands! Glitter station. kiddos at a time = minimal mess!
A snow globe base. Nothing fancy, just need toAuthor: Tara Teaches. Dec 14, · If I Was In A Snowglobe Writing Activity - FREEBIE If you happen to have school next week like we do, you might be looking for some fun Christmas type activities to keep them engaged - and learning.
My kiddos had a great time writing about their time in a snow globe as an imaginative narrative. June Pinterest Pick 3Author: An Apple For The Teacher.
Snow Globes Writing Lesson and Craft - Lessons With Laughter. "If I Lived in a Snowglobe" writing craftivity If I Lived in a Snow Globe Writing Activity: It's a flip book with the following pages: What I would see, What I would do and What would I.
Dec 11, · Glitter Fun and pinterest crafts! It inspired the "If I Lived in a Snowglobe " writing project. My kids LOVED this book and it inspired some creative writing. After we read the book, my first graders wrote about what it would be like if they lived in a snowglobe My first graders did everything but staple them together.Download