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Winter Sports Word Scramble

Unscramble the word for the sport.

  • tbiaholn
  • esepd nsaitgk
  • kis ujminpg
  • eferesylt ksiing
  • wodnillh siikng
  • noabongwdirs

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How Many Words?

Can you find 10 words hidden in “Winter Wonderland”?

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The Hot Chocolate Mystery

Someone stole the marshmallows from all of the hot chocolate cups. But who?…You finish the story.

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Snowflakes on Strike!

We’re on strike! We’re tired of freezing all the time and always falling down. Every day we lie around with nothing to do. We’re fed up with no pay, cold, windy working conditions and getting stepped on or brushed aside. But most of all, we’re tired of being eaten! Therefore, we, the Union of Snowflakes, refuse to do any more falling until the following demands are met:

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Colours

Unscramble the following colours and then use the same colours to colour the picture.

1. ilevot    _________________________

2. elwoyl  _________________________

3. dre       _________________________

4. geern   _________________________

5. idniog  _________________________

6. uble     _________________________

7. gaeron _________________________

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Winter Wonderland Word Scramble (Beginner) 

wnso     ___________________________

diwn     ___________________________

lodc      ___________________________

etriwn    ___________________________

isk        ___________________________

sedl      ___________________________

ocsks     ___________________________

owmnans ___________________________

tosbo     ___________________________

ierf       ___________________________

ehwit     ___________________________

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Winter Clothes Word Search

(Beginner)

 

BOOTS            MITTENS

COAT               SOCKS

EARMUFFS      SWEATER

GLOVES           TURTLENECK

JACKET            WOOL

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S  Y  V  M  I  T T  E  N  S

S  F  K  J  A  C  K  E  T  V

F  O  F  R  A  C  S N  B  I

B  G  C  U  G  L  O V  E  S

Q  C  N K  M O M  F  T  X

B  O  O T  S  R  I  F  R  U

N  A  I  S W  E A  T  E  R

T  U  R  T  L  E  N  E  C  K

P   I  C  G  M W O O  L  L

W C  O  A  T  C  D S  Z  J

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Winter Wonderland Word Scramble (Advanced)

zabilzdr        _________________________

pmuteaerert   _________________________

nwaooidsrnbg  _________________________

gnbgnatioog    _________________________

cokhye kpcu    _________________________

taconoiesdr     _________________________

Efbrayur        _________________________

behrietan       _________________________

rdiattion        _________________________

ewrtah          _________________________

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5 Little Snowmen

Go through the rhyme and do the actions. Describe the actions as you go to reinforce vocabulary.

Five Little Snowmen

Five little snowmen standing in a row. (Hold up five fingers; stand up straight like soldier.)

Each had two eyes and a carrot nose. (Point to eyes; point to nose.) Along came the sun and shone all day, (Form sun with hands; wipe sweat from brow.)

And one little snowman melted away. (Hold up one finger; slowly “melt” to the ground.)

Four little snowmen…

Three little snowmen…

Two little snowmen…

One little snowman…

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Winter Vocabulary

Read the poem and discuss new vocabulary.

 

Jack Frost (by Gabriel Setoun)

 

The door was shut, as doors should be,

Before you went to bed last night;

Yet Jack Frost has got in, you see,

And left your window silver white.

 

He must have waited till you slept;

And not a single word he spoke,

But pencilled o’er the panes and crept

Away again before you woke.

 

And now you cannot see the hills

Nor fields that stretch beyond the lane;

But there are fairer things than these

His fingers traced on every pane.

 

Rocks and castles towering high;

Hills and dales, and streams and fields;

And knights in armor riding by,

With nodding plumes and shining shields.

 

And here are little boats, and there

Big ships with sails spread to the breeze;

And yonder, palm trees waving fair

On islands set in silver seas,

 

And butterflies with gauzy wings;

And herds of cows and flocks of sheep;

And fruit and flowers and all the things

You see when you are sound asleep.

 

For, creeping softly underneath

The door when all the lights are out,

Jack Frost takes every breath you breathe,

And knows the things you think about.

 

He paints them on the window-pane

In fairy lines with frozen steam;

And when you wake you see again

The lovely things you saw in dream.

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