Snowmen at Night

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

 
My mom shared this book with me a few years ago. It's great for working on verbs! 

Snowmen at Night by, Caralyn Buehner

Ideas for completing the sentence: 
Another blog with more pictures 

Great ideas to have the students act out being a snowman and make it a game, it can even involve following directions!!!
I wanted to go through the book and pull out vocabulary to target. I made these into flash cards and quizzed the students after.
slipped
(fall down) slide by accident for a short distance, typically losing your balance
footing
A secure grip with one's feet
drooped
Bend or hang downward
fright
sudden intense feeling of fear.
wonder
a feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something beautiful, unexpected.
anxious
to be worried, uneasy, or nervous, typically about an event.
pond
small body of still water.
pitcher
player who delivers the ball to the batter. OR A large container  to hold liquid
height
measurement of how tall someone or something is,
tuckered
exhausted or worn out (tired)
thrill
feeling of excitement and pleasure
gather
Bring things together
crooked
bent or twisted out of shape or out of place.


BONUS: If you didn't know already the books have hidden pictures on each page!
Another bonus there are more Snowmen books:
  Snowmen At Christmas, Snowmen All Year, Snowmen At Work



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2 Responses to “Snowmen at Night”

  1. Sounds like a fun book! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  2. Thanks for stopping by to check me out! I just love your blog!

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