Let's get started with some winter journals!
Level one students color the picture, trace the word as best as they can (scribbles are totally okay!), and then choose from two visual options to complete each sentence starter. I then have my students practice reading their journal by repeating words or using their communication device.
Level two students color the picture and then can draw it on their own. They then trace the sentence starters and then choose from the three options to complete their sentence, which are below each line.
Level three students will draw the pictures on their own and then write the paragraph using the classroom sample and options.
You can get this set of winter journals here.
Next, bring some winter fun into your math life skill skills with this differentiated pack!
this winter math pack are 5 life skill topics, each including 6 different worksheets at 3 different levels (plus 3 bonus number worksheets).
Grab this math pack here.
Of course, language arts and math are essential to every school day, but crafts are oh so much fun too! So here's a few of my favorite wintery crafts.
Like these stencil polar bears with a beautiful salty purple sky,
or these shredded paper polar bears...
or there's this awesome hot chocolate sensory craft!!
Check out all of these crafts (and more) with links to their instructions here.
Bundle up and stay warm everyone :)