In my part of California, we don’t get snow. We are a short drive from the snow but rarely see the beautiful white stuff. In my classroom, I like to bring out the winter activities in order to help me think we live in the snow! Here is a round-up of winter activities we use in our 1st grade classroom.
Here are some of my favorite books that I like to read to my students. What are some of your favorite winter read-alouds?
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If you are looking for winter-themed interactive read-alouds, be sure to check these out.
- The Mitten
- Over and Under the Snow
- The Three Snow Bears
- Owl Moon
- The Snow Globe Family
- Winter Dance
- Making a Friend
1st Grade Literacy Centers
Our 1st grade literacy centers are filled with activities that reinforce various standards we address this time of the year.
These activities can all be found in our Winter Literacy Pack.
1st Grade Winter Math Activities
In our 1st grade math centers, we have these activities that provide a hands-on, engaging review of our standards.
These are all part of our Winter Math Center Pack.
Winter No-Prep Resources
If you are looking for morning work or independent NO PREP practice. Check out this Winter Cut, Do and Glue resource pack!
Our morning work packs are a great resource for literacy and math review. The January Pack is full of winter-themed math and literacy goodies! You can read more about what this resource includes here.
Winter Fine Motor Activities
When students come into the classroom in the morning, I have morning tubs out with activities that are fun but sneak in some fine-motor work.
January can be a busy month! Hopefully, you were able to find something that will work for your class.