# Roll a Snowman Games and FREEBIE

I love snow! I love building snow people! I love dice! I love dice games! I put them all together and come up with four Roll a Snowman Games for the new year. Well, actually one of them is a Pick a Snowman Game, but you get the idea.  FOUR games reinforcing FOUR different concepts. How fun!

NOTE:  When playing, all players must get a body first before adding any other features. You can have students get one body part at a time to total 3 body parts (that means rolling a 1 three times) or you can have students roll a 1 just once and get a complete snowman body.  Players can add as many buttons as they like for each 5 they roll.

# Roll a Snowman

This is your basic roll the die and add a body part to the snowman game. Simple, but every kid loves it. It is a great math center game for the younger ones and could also be a fun game for a wintery celebration.

This is a FREEBIE! Simply click the image below to download this game card. Enjoy!!

# Roll a Snowman with Dice Dots

Play just like above only using the dice dots instead of the numerals.

# Roll a Sight Word Snow Man

This game takes a bit more preparation than Roll a Snowman.  First, decide which sight words you would like your child or students to practice. Write them on the lines on the game card.  Then use the die template and write those same words on the die.  Alternatively, you can use a small wooden building block and write the words on the sides of the blocks. Or, if the die is too much work simply use sight word cards.  Play the game the same way as Roll a Snowman.

# Roll a Short Vowel Snowman

For this game, use the short vowel picture cards. Place all the cards in a pile face down. Each player chooses a card during his turn, determines the short vowel sound and then adds that body part to his snowman.

Sample short vowel cards:

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The After School Link Up is a great place to share ideas and to find new ideas to do with your children after school or in your homeschool.  The After School Link Up goes live every Monday. So, if you are a blogger, an educator or just someone looking for some good ideas, be sure to stop by Boy Mama Teacher Mama (or the other co-hosts) on Mondays and see what others have to share.

I had fun visiting the posts from last weeks linky party. There are so many wonderful ideas out there!

### With all the snow that has been falling, here are some snow-related activities to do with your children after the school day is over.

DIY Snow Fluff from Inspired by Familia

Upside Down Snowman from Thinking IQ

Printable Paper Snowflakes from Imagine Gnats

Snowflake Rubbings from Deceptively Educational

Sight Word Snowball Fight from Coffee Cups and Crayons

Snow Globe Paper Craft from Happy Busy Kids Mom

Paint Stirrer Snowmen from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom

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## 7 thoughts on “Teacher Mama: Roll a Snowman Games and FREEBIE {After School Linky}”

1. Thank you- this is awesome!

• boymamateachermama

You are very welcome!!

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3. I love how you included so many variations of this game. All of my kids would love this! Off to pin. 🙂

4. What a fun idea!

5. Thank you so much for including our torn paper snowman / snowglobe. I just did it with an entire class of 3rd graders and everyone loved it! Each child had their own spin on what it should look like. Some students did use sharpie markers for the black details… looked great too!