During those cold winter months in the school year, one topic that students are wild about is snow! Our snow activities for elementary students are a great way to engage students and make learning fun. Learn all about these snow activities below!
5 Snow Activities for Elementary Students
Below are 5 of our favorite snow activities for elementary students.
Snow Color by Code Activity
This Snow-Themed Color by Code Activity is a fun and engaging task that invites students to practice identifying the parts of speech of thematic words like frozen, boots, and quietly. It’s a quick print and go activity you can have printed on your desk whenever you have 15-20 minutes to fill. Learn more about this resource in our Clutter-Free Classroom Teacher Store!
Snow Activity Packet
This Snow-Themed Activity Packet is filled with fun and engaging activities students love like a directed drawing writing activity, word search, and crossword puzzle! These activities can be used as center activities, homework, fast finisher tasks, filler activities, or indoor recess activities. Learn more about this print-and-go resource in our Clutter-Free Classroom Teacher Store!
Snow Book Companions
These Snow-Themed Book Companion Bundle includes 4 of our Starts With a Story resources: Snow Day!, The Snow Dancer, Snowflake Bentley, and The Snow Globe Family. Each of them includes printable and digital resources, so they can be used in school or at home. Learn more about this resource in our Clutter-Free Classroom Teacher Store!
Snow Non-Fiction Unit
This Snow-Themed Nonfiction Reading Resource includes 3 leveled reading passages, vocabulary cards, reading and writing activities, and more. It pairs really nicely with our fictional book companions like Snow Day!, The Snow Dancer, Snowflake Bentley, and The Snow Globe Family. Learn more about this resource in our Clutter-Free Classroom Teacher Store!
Snow Would You Rather Activity
Our Snow-Themed Would You Rather Activities are great for the cold winter months when you need a fun way to get students talking during your morning meeting or a way to motivate even your most reluctant writers. Learn more about this resource in our Clutter-Free Classroom Teacher Store!
In closing, we hope you found this list of snow activities for elementary students helpful! If so, you may also be interested in these posts: