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After reading Snowmen at Christmas, the students said their targets, rolled the dice, then daubed the number of items indicated. My kids aren't big colorers, so they really enjoyed using the daubers. (Roll and Color sheet is from the book's companion packet by Speech is Sweet.)
My language students answered "wh" questions about the book and worked on inferencing skills through the riddles game included in the packet.
The latter part of the week, my older students played "Decorate the Tree". I don't know if that's really what it is called; I couldn't find where I got it from.
The younger kids made a Christmas tree, taken from an idea from Natalie Snyders. A couple of my students sequenced the activity and told the steps for putting the tree together.
My preschool language student "read" Candy Canes Everywhere (Chapel Hill Snippets). She also completed the Santa/Tree page from Cut, Sort, and Glue! Activities for the ENTIRE Year! (Miss Speechie).
We finished the week using the snowman from Jenna Rayburn's Interactive Vocabulary Books: Winter. I purchased it from TpT's Cyber Monday Sale. We used the carrier phrase, "I put on _____" to tell her mom what she did in the activities.
It was the first full week for me in 3 weeks, and it seemed like it took forever to get to Friday!