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• Use the table of winter items to graph and answer the questions.

• Complete the sentence and color the pictures. Great for early readers!

• Winter addition and subtraction missing number practice. Solve the equation by filling in the missing number.

• A set of cards with cups of hot cocoa numbered 1-10. Students can color and add marshmallows to match the number, or color and laminate for a reusable counting card set. Includes center sign, directions, and cards.

• Roll the dice and write numbers on the mat to make addition and subtraction equations, and then count marshmallows to solve. Laminate for a fun, reusable folder game.

• This activity mat includes multiple winter-related games such as snowman dot to dot, word search, maze, color and write and more!

• A winter-themed booklet, including four pages for students to color and write a few sentences describing each picture.

• This cute snowman will make your word wall a special attraction.  Print two of each to make a matching game.

• This snowman word wall or matching game is perfect for learning centers or for each individual child.

• Patterns for a Jack Frost paper bag puppet.

• Patterns for a Snowman paper bag puppet.

• Patterns for a snow women paper bag puppet.

• An easy reading comprehension text about winter outerwear, with three questions on the same page.
• A one page document of an easy reading comprehension with three multiple choice questions.
• Students match seven pictures to seven words related to winter.
• Decode the secret message. Promethean ActivInspire .flipchart files. Includes related printable worksheet.

• The alphabet in a blue and white, frost and ice pattern for bulletin board use.
• A set of blue and white, frost and ice patterned letters for bulletin board use that spell "Winter Fun."
• Straight border for winter bulletin board with a frost and ice pattern.
• A set of illustrations of snowmen, polar bears and penguins engaged in winter sports.
• Cute snowman shaped word search.

• Use this Venn diagram to compare summer and winter.
• "Color the boots orange." Follow the directions and color the six winter clothing-themed pictures.
• Write the number that represents the number of pictures.
• Circle the picture that doesn't match the other three.
• Match the picture on the left with the word on the right.
• Match the picture on the left with the picture on the right.
• cap, scarf, cap, scarf ... What's next? Cut and paste the picture that follows the pattern.
• Follow the directions and color the correct number of pictures.
• Circle all the winter clothing-themed pictures on the page.
• Put an X on the picture that doesn't belong in the group.
• Our preschool "winter clothing-themed" materials - worksheets, flashcards, etc. - in one download.
• Print two copies of these six winter clothing words (cap, scarf, mittens, etc.) for a matching game of words, or match these words to the picture cards.
• Print two copies of these six winter clothing pictures (cap, scarf, mittens, etc.) for a matching game of pictures, or match these pictures to the word cards.
• Play any "double six" domino game with these winter picture/word dominoes
• A picture of a snowman to color and lines to write a very short story with theme words (icy, crystals, freezing...) from a word bank.
• A picture of a snowman to color and lines to write about winter or snowmen.
• A picture of a snowman to color and wide lines to write about winter or snowmen.
• winter clothing theme: colorful hat and scarf, boots, and mittens
• "Bob's class is cutting out paper snowflakes to decorate the classroom. If each child cuts out two snowflakes, how many do five children cut? Six children? Seven children?" Five winter-themed word problems with skip counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s.
• "Rebecca is going skiing with her family. It is a seventy-mile drive to the mountain where they ski. They have driven forty miles so far. How far is it to the mountain now?" Five winter-themed subtraction word problems.
• "Bob and his friends are baking cookies for a school fundraiser. They baked eight hundred thirty-two cookies. However, they ate sixty-nine of them. How many cookies are left?" Five winter-themed subtraction word problems.
• "What time does Mike wake up to go ice fishing?"
• Word scramble, word search, cloze, short answer comprehension questions, true/false and a short writing prompt review Marion Dane Bauer's factual story about snow.
• Word search, crossword puzzle, story sequencing, multiple choice comprehension questions, and spelling practice to review Jean Little's story of a magical winter and magic boots.
• "Clem really likes cross country skiing. Last week he skied twenty-one miles. This weekend he skied seven more miles. How many miles did he ski altogether?" Five winter-themed addition word problems.
• "Pierre wants to buy a new mountain bike that costs \$999. This summer, he earned \$476 mowing lawns. This winter he has already earned \$201 shoveling snow. How much money has he earned so far this year?" Five winter-themed addition word problems.
• "A group of people are cross-country skiing. Altogether, they ski one hundred ninety-six miles. There are fourteen people in the group. How far does each one ski, on average?"
• "Mike's hockey team has scored an average of four goals in each of their last ten games. How many goals have they scored in all?" Five winter-themed multiplication word problems.
• "Tracy collects forty-eight icicles for her science class. They are twenty-five inches long on average. What is the total length of the icicles Tracy collects?" Five winter-themed multiplication word problems.
• "Megan goes cross-country skiing with her family. On Saturday they skied ten miles. On Sunday they skied five miles. How many miles did they ski in all?" Five winter themed word problems.
• "A horse-drawn sleigh can go ten miles an hour. How far can it go in three hours? How far in four? How far in five?" Five winter-themed word problems with skip counting by 10s.
• "Boris goes on a seventeen-mile sleigh ride with his parents. They’ve gone three miles so far. How many miles do they have still to go?" Five winter-themed subtraction word problems.
• Use the Venn diagram to compare the two snowmen.
• Snowman tic tac toe.
• Write a winter story using the picture cards.
• Sequence the winter events
• Put the winter words in alphabetical order.
• With pictures of a snowman with a shovel.
• Help the boy find his winter clothes so he can go outside.
• Help the rider get to the snowmobile.
• "Let's build a snowman!" A cut-and-paste activity with emphasis on following directions. One of six winter-themed literacy centers on our member site.
• Print up the form and write in the details (Check out what we're doing, Help Wanted, Special Notes, Reminders) to make a great classroom newsletter. With a snowman and snowflakes.
• Print up the form and write in the details (Check out what we're doing, Help Wanted, Special Notes, Reminders) to make a great classroom newsletter. With a snowman and snowflakes.

• Use this Microsoft Word template, featuring winter illustrations, to type in a newsletter to parents.
• Part of a new series on our member site. Fill in the missing letters from each word; then use the letters to decode the secret message! Vocabulary fun.
• Part of a new series on our member site. Fill in the missing letters from each word; then use the letters to decode the secret message! Vocabulary fun. This easier version provides a word bank.
• This 1 page reading selection explains the Winter Solstice. This lesson is appropriate for both hemispheres. It is followed by 4 multiple choice questions and 5 questions that require brief written responses.
• A fact-filled reading comprehension about reindeer- they don't really pull Santa's sleigh!
• Play any "double six" domino game with these winter picture/word dominoes
• Foldable desk tag with primary lines for writing name.
• Match the winter clothes words to the pictures of words that rhyme with them (glove, dove)
• The pictures follow a pattern. Mark the picture that doesn't follow the pattern with an X.
• Unlined booklet form enables students to write a short report or draw a picture series about winter.
• Color a blackline drawing by following the directions in the legend.
• Word unscramble and a cloze exercise reinforce six winter-themed vocabulary words.
• From "boots" to "shovel", these vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice. With primary lines and dotted letters to trace.
• Illustrate the sentences about snow ("I throw snowballs in the winter.")

• Complete the sentences about winter clothes ("I wear a __ scarf in the winter.") and draw pictures to go along.

• A= 1, B =2, etc. Use the code to help name the picture.
• A= 1, B =2, etc. Use the code to help name the picture.
• A= 1, B =2, etc. Use the code to help name the picture.
• A= 1, B =2, etc. Use the code to help name the picture.
• A= 1, B =2, etc. Use the code to help name the picture.
• A= 1, B =2, etc. Use the code to help name the picture.
• A= 1, B =2, etc. Use the code to help name the picture.
• A= 1, B =2, etc. Use the code to help name the picture.
• A= 1, B =2, etc. Use the code to help name the picture.
• Use the tally sheet to interview people about their favorite solstice traditions; then use the bar graph to compare popularities.
• Use the tally sheet to interview people about their favorite solstice traditions; then use the bar graph to compare popularities. This tally suggests several solstice traditions, from burning yule logs to wassailing.
• Report planner, KWL, and lined paper to write a report on the winter solstice.
• Imagine that you were in charge of all the solstice celebrations for an imaginary country...
• What winter holidays do you celebrate?...
• Choose a religion or culture that celebrates the winter solstice...
• A simple winter craft that uses tree sprigs to make a small wreath.
• The letters of the alphabet, presented in black outline, filled with snowmen and snowflakes. Four letters to a page. Great for bulletin boards, desk decorations, and more.
• The letters of the alphabet, presented in black outline, filled with snowmen and snowflakes. Four letters to a page. Great for bulletin boards, desk decorations, and more.
• 1 DOWN: Frozen water.
• thirty-one days of snowmen, sledding, and igloos

• [member-created with abctools] Trace and cut out. This snowman-shaped shapebook has prompts for students to answer about winter.
• Hibernation-themed graphics prompt students to draw and describe hibernating animals.
• After completing a drawing of a tree, students compose an acrostic poem about winter.
• Two report forms guide students through the writing of a book reports for fiction and non-fiction books about snow.
• Foldable booklet for students to organize their knowledge about snow and snowflakes.
• An introduction to some basic poetic structures, including alliteration, similes, and acrostics, using snow themes. Includes border paper for final drafts.
• Booklet format for students to write a short report on snowflakes.
• Report planner, KWL, and a lined page to write a report about snow. Includes a survey and graph to find out about people's favorite thing to do in the snow.
• Fun snowflake-patterned late homework notices, assignment notices, and grading sheet.
• [member-created with abctools] Cut out the snowman pattern for a great winter-themed shapebook, or use for a seasonal word wall. 28 pages, each with a different winter-themed word on the snowman's belly, with space for students to write or draw.

• [member-created with abctools] From "boots" to "winter". These vocabulary building word strips are great for word walls.
• The color version of this rebus is available on our member site.

• [member-created using abctools] "Hold on to your reindeer, Santa, here it goes - " Write a list of good things you have accomplished this year with this form.
• Sample from membership site.
• A picture of a boy building a snowman to color and wide mid-dotted lines to write a very short story with theme words (winter, snowman, cold, scarf...) from a word bank.
• A picture to color and space to write a very short story with theme words from a word bank.
• 12 pages of easy reading, coloring, and other fun activities.
• Wide-lined paper with an illustration of a snowflake at the top.
• Lined and unlined paper with a picture of a snowman.
• "I love snow, but this was almost too much! Twenty-five inches of snow in one night. Fortunately, I knew exactly what to do!" Lined paper to write a story with this story starter.
• [member-created with abctools]Thirty-two pages of winter holiday-related words. Each word is in a Christmas stocking shape. Cut out and make a shapebook or decorate a bulletin board.
• A picture to color and space to write about winter fun.
• A picture of four snowmen (one juggling) to color and wide mid-dotted lines to write about snowmen and winter fun.
• A picture of three snowmen to color and lines to write about snowmen and winter fun.
• Seven pages of winter-themed pictures to color. No Christmas or religious images.
• This fact filled reading comprehension presents the solstice celebration as a cross-cultural observance of the beginning of winter.
• From "boots" to "toboggan", these vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice.
• Five pages, comprehension skills and related exercises.
• Facts and diagrams about snowflakes, with comprehension questions.
• Learn about tessellations and hexagons with this lesson. Includes comprehension and instructions for making a hexagonal plate snowflake.
• Circle the winter clothes, circle the winter pictures, etc. Six pages of worksheets.
• Girl with dreidel.
• Narrow-lined writing paper with a colorful illustration of mittens in the top margin.
• Wide-lined paper with colorful mitten illustrations in the top margin.
• Wide-lined writing paper with colorful illustrations of mittens in the surrounding borders. Great for poems, notepaper, mini-booklets. Landscape orientation.
• Unlined paper with colorful illustrations of mittens in the surrounding border.
• Use this Venn diagram to compare two winter stories, things or themes.
• Primary-lined paper with illustrations of snowflakes at the top of the page.

• Picture of ice skaters to color, and lines to write a detailed description.
• A picture of people sledding, a prompt to describe the picture, and lines for writing a short description.
• Fill in the missing letters in this illustrated booklet of winter-themed words.
• [made with abctools] A 10-page mitten-shaped shapebook with winter theme words, from BOOTS to WINTER.
• "I like to skate on the ice." Short reading comprehension (fiction).
• Candle with holly sprig.
• Color this picture of singers.
• Create your own flashcards with these blank snowman outlines. Six to a page.
• Color this picture of a snowman or trace and cut out to make a student shapebook.
• Trace and cut out the lined snowman pattern for a great student shapebook.
• Briefly explains similes and then encourages students to write and illustrate their own.
• From "boots" to "winter".
• Space to draw a picture and lines to write a description of a snowy day.
• Lined paper with a black outline illustration of a jolly snowman in the upper left corner.
• A winter-themed picture to color and space to write a short story to go with the picture.
• Use this Venn diagram to compare two snowmen.
• Color this nice drawing of a snowflake or trace and cut out for a winter-themed shapebook.
• Cut out the shapes. The first page is a suggested cover page. Make copies of as many lined and/or unlined pages as you like in order to make a book. Use the lined pages for writing and the unlined pages for drawing/pasting pictures. Staple all the pages together for a great shapebook in the shape of its subject.
• Color this simple picture of an ice skate or trace and cut out for a shapebook.
• Pictures with words make these twelve cards useful for a variety of activities: flashcards, picture prompts, etc. Print two sets for a memory game.
• Ski the course!
• Lined paper with illustrations of snowflakes at the top of the page.
• Winter is ___." Use this paper, with snowmen in the surrounding border, to write a winter poem.
• A one page reading comprehension selection about the types of ice skating includes a brief history. It is followed by 4 multiple choice questions and 6 questions that require short written responses.
• "Winter..." ten pages of delightful winter-related writing prompts and writing exercises.
• This Winter Olympic themed document features a crossword puzzle and two word searches designed for upper elementary and middle school students. These will provide an interesting way for the students to familiarize themselves with vocabulary related to the winter Olympics.

• From "boots" to "winter"; eight words.