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Submitted by Kelly M. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! My students were given the assignment to write a story about a lost mitten from the point of view of that lost mitten. They were to tell about the … Continue reading
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Submitted by Nick M. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! 1. I made numerous snowman pieces, putting the contraction on the small piece and the 2 words it represents on the large piece. (This was done after I had … Continue reading
Submitted by Rebecca Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! 1. Glue squares of various colors of tissue paper to triangles (the trees). Different sized triangles should be used. Add tree trunks. Set aside to dry. 2. Use white construction … Continue reading
Submitted by Tessa “Winter’s Last Roar” The face of the lion is simply a yellow circle with eyes, nose, mouth and whiskers drawn on. The kids made the mane of the lion by tracing and cutting out their hand prints. … Continue reading
Let it Snow-bulletin board/display case -Blue background, sparkly silver boarder -”Let it Snow” in white letters with glitter at the tops of the letters. – Various snowmen and mobiles. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Submitted by CJN Hearts and Snowflakes bulletin board. Click here to see close up pictures and get directions for the heart art project. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Happy New Year! Your students will love this bright and festive bulletin board. For older students, add their written New Year’s Resolutions to the board.
Submitted by Karla The Vowel Snowmen here have a long a and a short a on their chests.(I change the vowel every week.) As we brainstorm short and long vowel sounds, I write the words, or have the kids … Continue reading
Submitted by Suzie “My feet are cold My nose is too But my heart is warm With love for you” Students all make snowflakes that make up the shape of the snowman’s body. Add a hat, scarf, arms, mittens, eyes, … Continue reading
Submitted by Judy S. “Dressed for Snow and Ready to Go” The students created themselves from the waist up. They dressed themselves in winter gear. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Submitted by Shannon “Don’t Forget Your Hungry Friends” The next time I do this, I will add some bird feeders to the display. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Winter Yarns- mittens art project, winter art project and writing assignment for elementary, winter bulletin board
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Have the students write a winter story involving mittens and using your own criteria. The mittens should be traced to a piece of card stock and cut out. Then the students use yarn … Continue reading
Snowman Math and Art Lesson- lesson on diameter or measuring length for elementary; winter bulletin board; snowman bulletin board
Submitted by Debbie After teaching diameter or measurement, do a fun winter art lesson. Have the students make snowmen and then label the diameter or inches/centimeters across of each circle in their snowman. This math/art lesson makes a great bulletin … Continue reading