Snowflakes, Snowmen, and Penguins

January flew by, and I can hardly believe that a month has already passed since Winter Break. February Break is coming up so quickly the week after next week! My students and I have been busy busy. I enjoyed teaching them about all things related to winter – snowflakes, snowmen, and penguins! Enjoy some photos of my students’ art projects and writing in January:

Paper Snowflakes made of white copy paper

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Winter Writing: “In the winter, I can ___.” 


 In the winter, I can make paper snowflakes.


In the winter, I can make a snowman.

Snowmen: “My snowman is ___ cubes tall.”

20130119_142226Penguins made of construction paper


Penguin Writing: “A penguin is ___.”


A penguin is scared of killer whales.


A penguin is a swimmer.


A penguin is black and white.


A penguin is a fat bird.

I’m looking forward to teaching my Kindergarteners all the exciting events in February, including Groundhog Day, Chinese New Year, Valentine’s Day, and President’s Day!


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