Monday, January 30, 2012

Polar Cuties

I got this inspiration from on her website, she has this printable and the kids can make their own person but I used the kids school pictures for their faces. Turned out cute.

snowflake syllables.

I was AH MAZED at how well the kids did with this. With minimal help. I will for sure do this with other units. They could look at the scrambled word and almost immediately figure out which popcorn word it was.

Little cloze work. I didn't remember to take a picture of the kids before I sent it home so this is mine!

Playdoh symmetry.

Using DJinkers clip art and pulling inspiration from Jan Brett's "The Hat",  I made a counting by 5's to 100 number scramble sheet. The kids had to cut/glue in the correct order. 

Match uppercase polar bear with lowercase polar bear and write both letters.

This was another scrambling activity. Match the scrambled polar bear with the correct word on the fish . The kids got a kick out of 'feeding' the polar bear fish. I put this in a game center a few days later after we did this in small group time and they did great.

Ending sounds.

Penguin/snowflake patterning work. This was picture...Tacky and his companions was completed by one of my sweeties.

Numeral and word match

I found this book buried in one of my filing cabinets. I bought this when my daughter (11) was 2 and i was probably pregnant with my son. There are some cute activities in here for the classroom. I just wanted to share.


  1. I love your craftivity at the top. I did that one year with pumpkins and the kiddos popped out of the pumpkin. I really love all the word scrambles that you are doing. I really need to incorporate more of that in my day :)

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  4. I love the scramble scarf activity! Can I get a copy or do you have it posted somewhere? Thanks so much! What a great idea!