Pinterest Pick 3 Linky

This month I'm hooking up with Lisa from PAWSitively Teaching for a Pick 3 from Pinterest. The items I have picked out are ones that I can see my students doing over the next three weeks. Click on each picture to take a closer look on how these teachers created each Pinterest.

Each December my building has a Christmas/Winter Theme door contest. One of my fifth grade teachers had hers up last week. I have heard that I can expect lots of great ideas and tough competition. I know this is a board but I can see it on my door. Lights and all. I wonder if I could get a group of students to do it for me. 



I work with preschool students and students who need to practice counting and one to one correspondence whenever I can build it in. Making snowmen would be perfect to tackle both of those. I could even see them cutting them out to work on fine motor skills. Who knew by creating snowmen that I could cram all those skills into them.


I love the idea of taking a snowman and building it to be the length of a student name. My preschool students are working on letter identification-most importantly the letters in their name. Most can write their names but with stamps student could do it on their own.  Shape identification could also be done, I'm not sure because of the size of the circles I would have students cut out their own. But the could dress it without any problems. 

Have a great week. Be sure to stop by the other blogs linking out this month to get other great ideas that you could use in your class.  





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