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Winter Writing Pack!

On Christmas night, my husband and I booked a beach house to spend a week at with his parents for a little family vacation in June!  I’m so excited to have something warm too look forward to because I absolutely cannot stand Ohio in the winter.  It’s so cold.   I’d really rather clean the whole house than spend ten minutes outside in the snow.  

However, unlike me, my first graders love the snow so I whipped up this cute little Winter Writing Pack that we can use in January.  In between winter benchmarks and comparing lots of different versions of The Gingerbread Man, my first graders and I will be studying Arctic Animals for science and working on more informational writing, opinion writing, and how-to writing.

This little writing pack is filled with over 20 writing activities for your little Eskimos! It has an opinion piece, How To Make Hot Chocolate – with sequencing picture cards and various templates for differentiation, four adorable Read & Research activities with an Arctic Animal Research Report, and so much more! 🙂  It’s available in my TpT shop by clicking {HERE} or any of the preview pictures below. 

As always, I’ll send this new product for free to the first 5 people to leave a comment on my blog. Catch: You need to tell us your favorite winter activity or unit you do with your kids in January! 🙂 Please don’t forget to leave your email address so I can send it to you.  
**Tonight is the LAST night to sign up for our Gingerbread Project! I would love, love, love to get a few more states to join.  Right now, we have the states of Ohio, Illinois, Louisiana, Virginia, Nebraska, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, and Arizona included.  If you live in a state other than these and are interested in joining us for a fun literacy and social studies project, please click {HERE} to read more about it and find out how to sign up! 🙂  
Thanks so much for stopping by! 
Happy Learning,

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  1. Looks like Lincoln was too long for me to be the lucky fifth person…but I love anything snowman related. Last year we chose a friend and made snowman Venn diagrams…so cute!

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