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1st Day After Winter Break - FREEBIE - Sunshine Committee

1st Day After Winter Break - FREEBIE - Sunshine Committee

The Birth of a Snowflake: How Snowflakes Are Formed PowerPoint FREEBIE!

How Snowflakes Are Formed PowerPoint - Students are going to love learning how snowflakes are formed with this 9 slide PowerPoint! Plus you get a FREE snowflake fact sheet. Students in Kindergarten, and grade will love this!

Doubles Plus One is a super way to practice mental math strategies. Students need to roll a die, double the number and add one. This activity make...

Doubles Plus One is a super way to practice mental math strategies. Students need to roll a die, double the number and add one. Then find the number on their game board and cover it.

Snowman Math Bump Games FREEBIE from Games 4 Learning gives you 4 Snowman Math Board Games that are perfect for winter.

Snowman Math Bump Games FREEBIE from Games 4 Learning gives you 4 Snowman Math Board Games that are perfect for winter. My kids loved this version of Bump!

FREEBIE!!!  Student writing activity for after Winter Break.

Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to compose informative/explanatory texts in which they name what they are writing about and supply some information about the topic.

Penguin Printable Craft Template

Penguins & The Blubber Mitten Experiment

Try the "blubber mitten" experiment to answer the question, "Do penguins get cold?" and print this penguin template for an adorable winter-themed art project.

Winter Words anchor chart. Great chart to make with students. Then hang it near the writing center so students can use these words in their writing.

winter poetry - aliteration christmas lights, haiku snowflakes, reindeer limericks and acrostic poetrees :)

This fun and FREE activity is perfect for those first couple of days back to school after winter break. Celebrate the new year in your classroom by making a book that allows students to document their memories from 2015 and set goals for 2016! The book is made with paper lunch pass that can be purchased for a couple dollars from Walmart, Target or a grocery store.

This fun and New Years FREE activity is perfect for those first couple of days back to school after winter break. Celebrate the new year in your classroom by making a book that allows students to document their memories from 2016 and set goals for

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