Sunday, December 25, 2011

Snowglobe Writing Prompt

I saw many different ideas on Pinterest relating to the "If I lived in a Snowglobe" activities. I loved LOVED this I adapted it to fit my needs in my 3rd grade classroom. Here is what I came up with.

I made these graphic organizers to assist my students in the writing prompt. (shared below)

After we complete the writing process we will illustrate the writing by make a snowglobe!

I used two paper plates, a ziplock bag, snow contents (hole punches and ribbon) and construction paper!

I have decided to share my Graphic Organizers with you! Please leave feedback and tell me what you think! :)

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  2. How did you get the ziplock bag to stay in place and hold in all of the snow contents? Did you just staple it to the outside of the plate? Just trying to figure out how the bag looked so 3-D! So cool!

  3. I placed the whole (sealed) bag inside. I also used double sided tape around the rim on the inside. When the two plates are stapled together, it also helps reinforce the baggie. I hope that helps.

  4. Do you put the decorated paper plate inside the zip lock bag or staple the zip lock bag in between the two plates?

  5. Great idea! Did you draw the picture on the plate, and then fill the bag with snow and string and then glue the bag inside? Sabine :)