Last week was the COLDEST weather I can remember in this region for a long, long time. It was 14 degrees when I left the house, and sometimes was in the 20s by the time I had to do recess duty. If there was any precipitation in the air, it would have been snow for sure. Or possibly hail. But alas, the reason it was so cold was because it was dry as a bone.
My kids spent this time (I kid you not) playing on the ice in the huge puddle areas of the unimproved road. They floated on “icebergs”. They brought home “trophies” of large chunks of ice.
And so, alas, I had no snow days (although my kids’ school district inexplicably had one entire day off!) but wanted them badly. Instead, I worked my frozen buttocks off to create a winter language unit. But not just any language unit The SNOW-MOTHER of language units. Leveled. 3 in fact. To match (conveniently!) with my Leveled Speech and Language Homework and free lesson plans!
Look carefully at these units as these are my polar babies. They are FULL of adorable clip art from all over the web. They include stories (authored by yours truly!!) that get more difficult with each level. They include both fiction AND non-fiction activities. AND each concept has a Receptive Activity, Expressive Activity, and Black/White Worksheet. That easily equals at least 6 weeks of therapy materials (and probably more!) and homework.
So check out these THREE awesome units, or go for the gold and get the money-saving bundle of all three!
Level 1 can be purchased here.
Level 2 can be purchased here.
Level 3 can be purchased here.
Or save some money and buy the whole bundle here!
Here’s to a few snow days in January. And… NO planning over Winter Break! Woot Woot!!!