FREE Trapped in a Snow Globe Writing Printable
I’ve seen this all over Pinterest in a variety of different formats. I really wanted to do it last year with my class, but ran out of time so this year I was bound and determined to do it with my students. After checking out all the ways other people have done this with their students, I came up with my own version.
This version was my favorite and my main inspiration.
blue construction paper (full sheets)
blue, white, brown, green construction paper
camera for taking photos of students
Trace the bowls onto blue paper and cut one out for each student
take a picture each student and print approximately 2×2
Note: When taking students’ photos ask them to assume a pose showing how they would feel inside a snow globe (ie happy, scared, angry, cold.)
Cut out each picture
Creating the Snow Globes
Give each student a blue circular paper.
Have them create snow scene on the paper.
Have them add their picture to the scene.
Hot glue the bowl to the paper.
Snow Globe Writing
Give each child a “think sheet” for planning their writing. Older students may not need the “think sheet.” Have students decide what three things they would do while stuck in a snow globe.
Have students use their “think sheet” to complete their writing.
To download templates, click HERE.
Glue the writing paper and the snow globe to a large piece of blue construction paper and display!
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