That almost sounds like a contradiction in terms. However, wordless picture books can be a very enjoyable and beneficial addition to your child's bookshelf, whatever your child's age. Wordless books often promote more discussion than books with words, which leads to better comprehension.
The snowman's hat was crooked And his nose was out of place And several of his whiskers Had fallen from his face. But the snowman didn't notice For he was trying to think Of a New Year's resolution That wouldn't melt or shrink.
He thought and planned and pondered With his little snow-ball head Till his eyes began to glisten And his toes began to spread; And at last he said, "I've got it-- I'll make a firm resolve That no matter what the weather My smile will not dissolve.
Covering white the noisy town. Roofs are laden, window edges, Snow is sticking to the ledges. All the streets are silent now, Comes the whirring of the plow. Clean behind it shines the track, Cars are coming, click-a-clack.
Makes clear the way to go. Wagons crunch and autos whir, Wheels that turn and never stir. Children run and slide and tumble, Snow all over, not a grumble.
Snowballs flying, dodge and run! Here's a day of snowy fun! Beat with a hand mixer for about 5 minutes, until the mixture is fluffy and has the consistency of heavy whipped cream.
While the mixture is being prepared, have each child use crayons to draw a house on a piece of light blue construction paper. Divide the soap-flake mixture into several containers. Let the children use the mixture to fingerpaint snow around their houses. Snowmen can be added to their winter scenes by outlining snowman shapes in the soap flakes with their fingernails.
Prepare snowflake mixture using 1 cup of water for every 2 cups of soap flakes to make a thick mixture. Let each child mold three balls from mixture and stack them on a 6" square of oaktag to create a snowman.
Press scraps of red yarn into the snowmen to make mouths. Use small, dark stones or buttons for eyes and buttons on suit.
Let dry for two or three days. Cotton and Chalk Pictures Draw a winter scene on blue construction paper with white chalk and crayons. Use cotton to cover and accent snowbanks, snow-covered roofs, snowmen, etc. Fasten in place with liquid glue.
Frosty Paint a snowy scene on blue construction paper. Allow the paint to dry. Glue two round makeup sponges to the paper for a snowman's body. Then glue on construction paper features.
Snowmen Collect an empty plastic jar such as 20 oz. Stretch sock over the top of jar to resemble a hat if necessary, cut toe off.The Daniel Webster Society of Garden School is our middle school debate team.
We compete in the Empire Division of and writing using compose informative or explanatory text, The children were very creative as they read The Snowman by Raymond Briggs to the teachers and each other. Paragraph writing activities for middle school. Your school scenes of obstacles and failure for up the supporting threads to which all writings in for story web connect.
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Paragraph writing activities. The Snowman by Raymond Briggs retelling activities This set of activities is designed for young pupils with limited English, but the writing frames can also be used with pupils who have some express /5(22).
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Homepage» Early Years» Communication and Language and Literacy» Story Resources» Story Books» T - V» The Snowman - Raymond Briggs Homepage» Parents» School Years» Year 1 & Year 2» Music» Singing Songs. In , Briggs created the wordless picture book The Snowman.
This was met with critical acclaim and was adapted into an animated television special by Britain’s Channel 4, which received an oscar nomination for the best animated short.