Let’s Build a Snowman

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This lesson focuses on how animals find food in the winter. By using a combination of fiction and non-fiction books, students learn about winter survival and write their own stories that incorporate what they’ve learned. As an extension, they can build snowmen and put food for birds and other animals on them, or, in places without snow, they can make snowmen from paper and glue on the food. 

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