Snowy Days Stories and Activities: PreK Learning With Ms. Liz
We'll read stories like "The Story of Snow", by Mark Cassio and "Sadie and the Snowman" by Allen Morgan, practice cutting SIMPLE snowflake shapes, drawing snowpeople and have fun with snow-themed number and letter recognition activities!
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In this one-time class, we will read stories like "The Story of Snow", by Mark Cassio and "Sadie and the Snowman" by Allen Morgan, talk about snowflake shapes and how snow is made, and make predictions about what will happen with Sadie's snowperson. Little learners can build great listening, observation and creative thinking skills during storytime, asking questions and using their imagination. In fact, did you know that reading aloud to kids has clear cognitive benefits? For example, brain...
Students will listen to stories and ask and answer questions throughout the readings, practice taking turns talking, listening and sharing predictions and observations about the books we read. We will work our fine motor skills as we cut snowflake shapes and work together to draw snowpeople with the provided printables and we will practice letter and number recognition activities too.
2 files available upon enrollmentPlease look at and/or print out the 2 attached pdfs. Prep your snowflake papers according to the directions so they are ready to cut out in class. If your learner needs help with scissors, please be nearby when we work on the snowflake project. Print out or copy at least one page of the snowperson drawing activity and bring coloring tools to class! ** It's not mandatory that your learner participate in each activity. If they prefer to observe and complete the projects after class, that's OK too!
35 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Because of the age of the class I recommend a grown up be within "ear-shot" to help with any technical hiccups (mic and video) that might come up. If your learner is working on scissor skills, an adult can help with the snowflake cutting.
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Hello Outschool Families! My name is Liz Stone, better known as Ms. Liz, to my 3, 4 and 5 year old friends. Did you know that reading aloud to kids has clear cognitive benefits? For example, brain scans show that hearing stories strengthens the...