Anyone feel antsy when you are shut inside?
Too soon? Funny, I know.
Well even the snow falling outside or frigid temps that always force me inside (I’m a weenie when it comes to extreme temps) makes me stir crazy.
The bonus for you is that when I get stir crazy, YOU get freebies – yay!
I always need a creative outlet when I get cooped up inside and there is a lot of that going on recently.
My loss is your gain.
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Simple Snowflake Activity
Since I was shut-in from the cold, I thought maybe I would whip up a new freebie for you all and share the warmth that way.
In honor of the snow, I created a Similar Snowflakes Grouping Freebie!
It is a simple idea: print, cut, and laminate the different snowflakes for as many different groups as you would like.
Then, randomly – or not so randomly – pass out the cards to the students.
And then give the students a few minutes to group up into pairs/small groups by matching their snowflakes!
Easy peasy and fun for winter – even if you live in Florida!
Have fun grouping up and stay safe out there everyone no matter where you reside!