Count the Room, Editable Write the Room Activities for WINTER!

It's never too soon to start planning for your winter activities! I've got a few for you, today!  These Count the Room and Write the Room activities are so much fun!  If you haven't tried them, consider it!  My kids would often CHEER when they walked in the room in the morning and saw that I had cards up all over the room for these activities!




Count the Room

This Winter themed "Count the Room" activity (in both color and black and white) is a great way for ACTIVE children to practice their number recognition and counting for numbers 1-20! Print out your number cards and (sort of) "hide them” around the classroom so that your children can go on a word hunt! They walk around the room with a clipboard or a hard surface, and write the number of objects on each card they find along the way on their recording sheet.




The "Snowball Count" Activity is another fun twist on the Count the Room activity, but this time, children find parts of a snowman around the room, and count the "snowballs" aka pompoms/cotton balls inside. Then they record the number of objects that they find on their recording sheet.




There are two different versions of the recording sheet, to give you options to choose what works best in your classroom! One version is a blank space, for children to simply write the numeral down in the space provided. The second version is a lined version, for children to write the numeral or the number word on the line provided.




All versions are provided in black and white AND color, so you can choose what you like. But my kids LOVE to color the pictures when they are done! This Count the Room set is $3 on my TPT store!




Write the Room

This editable, Winter or January themed "Write the Room" activity (in both color and black and white) is a another great way for ACTIVE children to practice reading and writing sight words! And YOU get to fill in the words of your choice, because this product is EDITABLE! All you have to do is delete and type over the words that are written into this product, and that’s it! Print out your word cards and (sort of) "hide them” around the classroom so that your children can go on a word hunt! They walk around the room with a clipboard or a hard surface, and write the words they find along the way on their recording sheet.




The recording sheet does not say “sight words” because that way, you can put in spelling words, letters, or anything else you can think of. It’s up to you! All it says is "Write the Room."




Just like with Count the Room, there are two different styles of recording sheets to choose from with lined spaces or just blank space to write in, and both are provided in black and white AND color, so you can choose what you like. Again, my kids LOVE to color the pictures when they are done! :) This Write the Room set is $3.75 on my TPT store!

(You will need a current version of Adobe Reader to open and edit this product. This is free to download here!)




- Heidi :)

P.S. Don't forget all our videos are available to STREAM on UScreen, FREE for the first 30 days!   It's an awesome way to bring some EASY, active learning to your students during this time, and they can always cancel right before they are ever charged, like on day 29! Check out the info page on our website for more info!




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