Kids will have fun reading Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow while doing this fun Cut & Paste Sequencing Activity.
Winter Activities for Kindergartners
Looking for more fun activities for kindergarten kids to try in winter months? You will love all these clever ideas?
- Winter Color by Number
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- Printable Winter Ruler Measurement Worksheets
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- Month by Month Science Experiments
- Build a Snowman Sequencing Worksheets
The cold, snowy weather is here to stay for a while in upstate New York. My boys and I have pulled our favorite wintry reads off the shelves. We love to spend evenings with mugs of cocoa and books about blizzards! They’ve always been fans of the ‘Old Lady’ series, so we’ve read There Was A Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow! a lot lately. Inspired by the fun rhyme, I put together a flexible learning activity for my boys. Read on to learn more about the book. You can also see how we’re using it to reinforce some basic skills.
Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow
We love book based activities! This months book based printable follows a zany book kids will get excited about – There was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow!
Fans of the’ Old Lady’ series written by Lucille Colandro and illustrated by Jared Lee will be familiar with the book’s premise immediately. A twist on the classic nursery rhyme song, There Was A Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow! follows the adventure of an old lady on a winter walk. (Think i know an old lady who swallowed some snow …) She swallows all sorts of silly things for reasons that will keep kids giggling.
Cut & Paste Sequencing Activity
There was an Cold Lady who Swallowed Some Snow Activities
Kindergarten Winter Cut & Paste Activity
- As you read there was an old lady who swallowed a snowflake story aloud, add each item to her stomach as she swallows them in the book.
- After reading, from memory, add the items to her stomach in the same sequence the cold lady swallowed them. This is a great way to test story comprehension and retention!
- Add the items to her stomach in alphabetical order.
- Place the items in her stomach in reverse alphabetical order.
- Add the items according to the colors your child colored them. (This is especially great for younger siblings that are playing along)
- Call out clues and see if your child adds them in the right order.
- ‘First, add a word that starts with P’.
- ‘Next, add the word that rhymes with ‘cat’.’
- And so on.
- The possibilities are endless- it’s simple to adapt to your child’s own needs! I included some blank squares as well, to allow your child to create their own versions of the story!
Sequencing Worksheets Preschool
Looking for more fun and free sequencing activities including cut and paste worksheets, hands on activities, and more for early learners? Try these:
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- Making Hot Chocolate Worksheet – a sequencing activity
- Sequencing Planting a Seed Worksheet
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- Free Gingerbread Man Sequencing Activity
- Build a Snowman Worksheet
- Months of the Year Sequencing Activities for Kindergarten
Book Based Activities
Looking for more book themed printable activities for prek and kindergarten age kids? You will love these ideas:
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- Night Before Christmas 100s Chart Coloring
- Fall Leaf Story Time with Shapes Activity
- Rhyming with Green Eggs and Ham
- Cat in the Hat Math
There was a Cold Lady who Swallowed Some Snow Printables
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