Do You Want to Build a Snowman? Sequencing Printable

 

If I haven’t done enough printables this past week {Have you seen my 24 Days of Christmas Printables series? If not, you should check it out, it’s pretty awesome 🙂 }, I also have a standing date with some of my blogging buddies to write a post on a common topic each month. This month, the topic is “Snow/Snowman”.

Well, we sure love snowmen, so that’s what I went with: A Snowman Sequencing Printable! {Scroll to the bottom of the post to find out what my friends wrote about!}

 

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We recently read How to Build a Snowman to N, and this printable goes perfectly with it for slightly older kids!

 

Free Printables for Kids: Do you want to build a snowman? Cute snowman sequencing printable for toddlers and preschoolers!

 

What’s in the Printable PDF File?

The snowman building sequence has five parts: Rolling a big snowball, stacking two big snowballs on top of each other, putting arms on the snowman, putting a carrot nose in the snowman’s face, and finally the complete snowman.

There are two versions included: A color version and a black and white version that kids can color.

 

How to Prepare the Snowman Sequencing Printable:

After printing, you can laminate if you want (color version only – you can laminate the black and white version after it has been colored), then either cut out the images or have the kids help if they’re able. Finally, hand over the images and let the kids put them in the correct order.

Younger kids may need you to talk them through it, older kids can tell their own story about building a snowman and put down the appropriate image for each stage of the story.

 

Free Printables for Kids: Do you want to build a snowman? Cute snowman sequencing printable for toddlers and preschoolers!

 

Practice Pre-Primer Sight Words with Fun Digital Snowballs!

Drag & drop digital letter snowballs to spell pre-primer sight words. Slides for all 42 pre-primer sight words are ready for use. You can easily edit the slides and assign slides of your choice for each individual student.

 

Download your Snowman Sequencing activity now!

Free Printables for Kids: Do you want to build a snowman? Cute snowman sequencing printable for toddlers and preschoolers!

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I also have lots of other snow and snowman activities for you!

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Snowman to Color | Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading

All You Need for a Snowman {Book Activity + Free Printable} | The Natural Homeschool

Snowman Activities for Preschoolers + Snowman Tracing Worksheet | Living Life and Learning

Yarn Pom Pom Snow People | The Life of Jennifer Dawn

Cotton Ball Snowman | Easy Peasy and Fun

Snowmen at Night Art Project | Artsy Momma

 

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10 Comments

  1. This is a perfect one while we’re waiting for real snow! #ThoughtfulSpot

  2. Sounds like a lot of fun! Thanks for sharing. I am going to share with my readers on my Facebook page, too.

  3. helen key says:

    No snow in Sydney Australian but the activity will be fun for my students.