Winter
Math Activities

Snowman
Pattern Large blank snowman.

Snowman:How
many combinations? Print the pieces on card stock. Use this as an opener
to discuss multiplying to find the number of combinations.

Operation
Snowman Interactive Choose the operation. STudents are given a word
problem and must tell the correct operation in order to build a snowman.

Snow
Man Quilt Pattern for Paper Run the copies; cut out the pieces, glue
to paper.

Winter
Geometry Use marshmallows and toothpicks to practice polygons:quadrilateral,
pentagon, hexagon, octagon, trapezoid, rhombus, rectangle, square. Glue/tape
them to construction paper.

Build
A Snowman Interactive

Snowman
Combinations pdf :Present the document on the projector. After completing
the above activity, students use math skills to decide how many combinations
can be made. Choose one to draw.

Snowflake
Symmetry Students look at the pattern and try to draw the design in
the hexagon shape. The answer is available on this same document.
Interactive
Symmetry

Snowflake
symmetry for Students This is the print out for the students to use.
Make a flake
Practice online before making the real deal.

Ben
and Jerry Snowflake Patterns Print out patterns for students to make
a snowflake.

Pattern
Block Snowflakes Print out these shapes or use Ellison die cut hexagons
to create symmetric snowflakes.

Symmetric
Snowflake Kids use pattern blocks to recreate the symmetric design.
Print out one sheet for each student, or make it part of a center.

How To
Cut Paper Snowflakes This has a large picture easily seen on a projector.

How To
Cut a Snow Flake pdf

Holiday
Quilt Use coordinate geometry to fill in this graph. This is a pdf
that can be copied.

Winter
Fraction Words Present this on the projector for students to follow
directions to spell out winter words given clues.

Capture
the Penguin Game Use coordinate geometry to move the penguins. Need
special dice and gameboard on cardstock.

How
big is the mitten? After using unifix cubes to estmate how many cubes
fit in a mitten, kids create a line plot to show results of estimates;
then discuss mean, median, mode, range. Draw a mitten on the board, or
draw one on paper and provide one for each student.

Learn Circumference, radius, chord, diameter
by creating a large snowman.
Get white bulletin board paper. Explain circumference, diameter, chord.
Demonstrate how to use the a string taped to the center of paper to create
a circle. Create a snowman by using various radius lengths. Find the radius.
Use a string to measure the circumference.
Circle
info.
Interactive
Circle
