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Show and Tell Tuesday - Winter!


This week's Show & Tell Tuesday showcases some great winter related activities. I spent tons of time scouring the web to bring you some really cool things, get it? As always, feel free to link up your ideas at the bottom of the post!



I've seen lots of snow globe activities and they are all so cute, but this one was just a notch above! I love how Tori added real pictures of the kids. Her use of clear plastic plates also makes them very bulletin board friendly. Click {HERE} to read more and download the free writing template.
This book would be a great pairing to the craft. Click on the cover to check it out.




I've seen this next project in person, and they really come out great. The kids love learning how to fold the paper into a little house that actually opens up! My friend Gina at Beach Sand and Lesson Plans has provided step by step visual directions for how to fold the project as well as a great parts of speech freebie to go along with it. Click [HERE} to check it out.


Tamara from Teaching with TLC has outdone herself with this collection of winter activities for kids. Being a fellow Floridian, I love her warm weather twist on the snowman! Lots of fun for teachers and moms too, just click {HERE} to check it out. 


Heather from HoJo's Teaching Adventures has guest blogged for me a couple of times now and she is always so positive and generous! I love this great freebie of hers. It's appropriate for many grade levels and makes a great center or early finisher activity. Click {HERE} to download.

And my final find this week is from an amazing mommy blogger I came across on Pinterest. Crystal from Growing a Jeweled Rose has so many great ideas for sensory play and kid friendly art projects. If you've got little ones of your own at home, you're going to love getting lost on her site. I thought this frosty fluff was especially interesting and easy enough to make. It's the closest thing to real snow that my little Florida babies will see! Click {HERE} to see more.


As always, any blogger is welcome to link up to the party! The only rule is that it must be a winter related blog post and it must include the button below that links back here, just like last week's party. If you have a suggestion for future Show and Tell Tuesdays, leave me a comment and let me know!


18 comments:

  1. Love the clear plates over the snow globes. They look so cool and I bet the kids flipped over them. Thanks for all the tips on great activities!
    ~Christy
    Fluttering Through First Grade

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    1. Aren't they so cute! I love the real pix of the kids inside :)

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    1. I think they make great keepsakes for parents too :)

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  3. Thank you so much for hosting! I love all of these ideas! Thank you for spending your time searching for them and then sharing them with us!! I love this Linky!!

    Amanda
    Collaboration Cuties

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    1. Thanks Amanda! I'm so glad you like my linky. I think it's one of every blogger's worst fears to host a linky party that no one joins! :/

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    1. Aren't they adorable! Kids have a fascination with snow globes too, so they love actually being inside one!

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  5. I've been eyeing those same snowglobes on Pinterest! Thanks for sharing these great ideas!

    Sally from Elementary Matters

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    1. They're getting pinned all over - and with good reason!

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  6. So many great activities and ideas. I love Show and Tell Tuesday.
    Arlene
    LMN Tree

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    1. Thanks Arlene! It's fun to search out good things to share too :)

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  7. WOW! What a great collection of ideas! I was totally thinking of you when I typed "flip-flops" in my winter post. I adore my fellow Florida blogging friend. :)

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    1. I LIVE in flip-flops. We're spoiled by the Florida sunshine, huh?
      Hope all is well with you and your beautiful family!

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  8. Thanks SO much for sharing our snow globe project... and yes the kids are DYING to take them home and I want them to stay in our room (as we get so many compliments on them!).
    Tori
    Tori's Teacher Tips

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    1. Thanks for sharing your all of your amazing ideas with us! :)

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  9. Thanks for hosting such a great linky, Denise!! We really have it rough here in Fl!! =)
    -Jackie-
    Sister Teachers

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