Snow Day Activities

In the event of a snow day, or school closing, please choose at least one of the following activities to complete, and be prepared to bring and share it with the class upon our return.

  • Want a fun way to reuse your NetFlix flaps?  Use them to create Netflix Origami.  How many shapes can you identify?  Search for equilateral, isosceles and scalene triangles.  Perhaps you can locate right, obtuse or acute angles, too!
  • The Spelling Bee is right around the corner.  Get some practice here.
  • What’s better than a snow day and watching a great movie?!?!?!  Writing about it and entering it in the LAD Fair.  Use this opportunity to complete a Media Review – A critical report/evaluation of a book, movie, play, CD, etc.   It should include a brief summary of the work, a description of its strengths and weaknesses, opinion of the work, and evidence supporting writer’s opinions.
  • Can’t get enough LAD Fair?  Here’s your chance to choose any category and submit a writing piece in the LAD Fair!
  • Learn more about Snowflake Bentley on this website.  Read any of the articles, check out some of his incredible photographs, or do some research of your own on this fascinating person who loved snow!
  • Watch a video on Snowflake Bentley by Jacqueline Briggs Martin
  • Create a Patchwork Art piece using materials you probably have lying around your home.
  • Want to go outside but it’s too cold?  Brighten up your room with these coffee filter snowflakes.
  • Write a Snow Day story using as many of your current or old spelling words.  Have fun and be creative!
  • Continue practicing addition with regrouping, three digit subtraction, or review your money skills on ixl.
  • Accumulate more points on Razkids.com by reading books and taking quizes

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