snowman color match
The free membership printable this week is Snowman Color Match for color recognition. I printed the patterns on cardstock paper and and cut them out.
I set the snowman cards and color circles out in a basket making sure the colors were mixed up. The children picked a snowman card and then found the matching color circle and put it in the blank circle on the card.
You can grab the patterns below for free until Sunday January 14th ... after that date they will only be available in the member's section which is also where I have added a snowman number sequence.
snowman color match
The free membership printable this week is snowman alphabet cards which are great for letter recognition and review. I printed the patterns on cardstock paper ... cut them out and laminated them.
I attached the cards to craft sticks and set them out in a plastic jar. The children put the snowmen in alphabetical order. I also use them at group time for a letter review.
You can also make a matching activity by printing two copies of the snowman cards. I have included both upper and lowercase letters.
You can grab the patterns for free until Sunday January 8th ... after that they will only be available in the member's section which is also where I have added snowman shape tracers.
We are working on our snowman theme this week and a I put together a felt snowman activity that the children really enjoyed. I had previously purchased felt pieces from michaels craft store so I already had quite a stash built up. They are inexpensive but sometimes they have sales that make them worth buying even if do not need any at the time.
I free cut all of the pieces using a really good pair of scissors. I made three different sized circles for the snowman out of white felt. I then made arms (twig shaped) ... mittens ... a scarf ... a hat and a broom. I also made the eyes ... mouth and nose.
I set all of the snowman pieces out in a center and the children put them together deciding which piece went where. They could work individually or in pairs. Once the snowman was built the children decided on a name and talked about why snow forms and what will happens to snow when it gets warmer. They then took the snowman apart for the next child to work on.
You can see a video of this activity below:
The free membership printable this week is snowman color match and clip which is great for clolor recognition and review as well as fine motor development. I printed all the patterns on cardstock paper and cut them out.
I laminated all of the pieces and set them out in a basket along twelve with clothespins. I made sure I had two different stacks of color cards for the children to look through. You can set you match up any way you wish.
In this activity children find the cards with the same colors and clip them together with clothespins. You can do a snowman to snowman match ... a snowman to color circle match ... an a color circle to color circle match. You can grab the patterns for free until Sunday January 10th ... after that they will only be available in the member's section which is where the snowman cubby/locker tags are.
We love doing sequin projects!! To go along with our winter theme we made sequin snowmen and they are so cute and wonderful for fine motor skills.
Just print the pattern on cardstock paper and cut out. Apply glue drops inside the snowman and press sequins on the glue drops. We used iridescent glitter for the snowman body but you can choose any color you wish.
You can see a video of this activity by clicking below:
The free daily printable this week is Snowmen Number Puzzles which is a great activity for number recognition and review as well as fine motor development.
In this activity children find the two matching snowman halves and put them together. We put magnets on the back of all of the pieces and used them on a magnetic board. You can grab the patterns for free until Sunday January 11th ... after that they will only be available in the member's section.
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