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Take Aim Snowball Game – Free Printable!

Take Aim Snowball GameTossing “snowballs” for points?  How much more fun can cold weather be?!  Encourage your students to earn as many “snowballs” as possible by answering questions or practicing their sounds.  Then take a couple of minutes for some reinforcement fun!

What you need:

  • 6 paper plates
  • cotton balls
  • snowmen printout
  • tape or glue

What to do:

  1. Print and cut apart the snowmen printable.
  2. Tape or glue the snowmen to the paper plates.
  3. Lay the plates down on the floor with the higher number snowmen farther away.

How to play:

The students earn cotton balls for correct answers or sound productions.  Once students have had 5-10 chances to earn cotton balls, it’s time to take aim!

Place something on the floor to mark where the students stand.  Each student then takes a turn throwing “snowballs” onto the plates.  A “snowball” only counts if it stays on the plate!  After each turn, add up the student’s points and collect the cotton balls.  The winner is the one with the most points after each round or after the entire session is finished.

Free Printable:
Take Aim Snowball Game Pieces (PDF)
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  1. This is a great idea. I plan to incorporate my older daughter (grade 1) in this activity as well by giving her her own objective; spelling words, math equations, etc. This way everyone is involved and learning at their own pace.

    Thanks for sharing this :)

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