When I saw this adorable book, Ten Sparkly Snowflakes, I just knew it would be perfect to turn into a fun hands-on math craft. With this Ten Snowflakes Math Craft, we’re incorporating a hands-on activity and math to retell the book.
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I wanted the students to be able to make a fun math craft so I made this free printable. You can use it in a bunch of different ways.
Print it out and retell the story as a class. Have the snow on an anchor chart, and choose a student to come up and put the correct number snowflake in the sky and so on until the story is complete.
Or print it out in black and white and make it into a craft project for your kids. Use a piece of construction paper and have them cut out the snow scene and snowflakes and then glue them onto the paper. They can add additional details if they’d like.
Or draw a stick and give 10 students the snowflakes. As a class, read the book aloud and as their number is called, have the student stand up with their snowflake until the story is over.
Or you can laminate it and use it as a center for the students to practice counting and number sense one through ten.
These cute snowflakes make for such a fun and quick activity during this time of year. Let me know if you have any other ways you’re going to use them in your classroom!
Click the green box to download the free printable Ten Snowflakes Math Craft.
I hope your kiddos enjoy this fun activity!
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