Shapely Snow Angels
Do you remember flopping down in the snow and flapping your arms so that you could make a snow angel?
My Y5's enjoyed doing that at recess and couldn't wait to report their "artwork" to me.
If you're in the process of reviewing shapes, and need a winter theme, you're sure to enjoy the "shapely" angels that I just created.
This 27- page packet will help you with Common Core State Standards: L.K2a, L.K2b, RF.K3a, RF.K3d, RF.K3c, 1.G.2, K.G.2
Students enjoy reviewing the various 2-D shapes as they appear on the snow angels.
They read and fix the simple sentences by adding capitalization and punctuation, then trace and write the shape word.
I've also included the hexagon, pentagon, and octagon shapes, as many visitors have requested their inclusion in new shape things that I design, as quite a few districts have added some, or all of those shapes to their standards.
The packet includes:
- Easy reader booklet
- Snow Angel Craftivity (Students cut and glue the various shapes to make a shapely snow angel.)
- Label the Snow Angel worksheet
- Traceable shape word cards + a cover so students can make an Itty Bitty booklet.
- Matching picture cards so you can play Memory Match and I Have; Who Has? games.
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