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Winter Writing – Interview With A Snowman

Winter Writing – Interview With A Snowman

Created by Addie Williams
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Printables, Centers


English Language Arts, Winter, Writing

Winter Writing Activity – In this writing activity students are asked to “interview” a winter-themed character of their choice (snowman, Ice Queen, Jack Frost…) and then write about what they discovered. Their writing will expose the “secret life” of their character!

Includes all worksheets and organizers for you and your students to get started. 13 pages total – please download the preview for a complete look at everything that’s included.

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Common Core Standard – CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, relevant descriptive details, and well-structured event sequences.

*Please note – this product DOES NOT have any mention of Christmas or Christmas related characters.

Part of my Winter Writing & Grammar Bundle—click the link below to check it out!

Winter Activity Bundle—Writing & Grammar

Check out more Winter Themed activities by clicking the links below!

Winter Grammar and Review Worksheets

Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas Literacy Pack

Winter Writing Prompts or Journal Starters, 64 cards!

winter, writing, creative writing, common core standards, Addie Williams, Addie Education, expository writing

3 reviews
    J Stacey Ely
    09 Jul 2023
    This was easy to use and wonderful for my EL students.
    Kelsie Vaughn
    09 Jul 2023
    Cute activity and fun way to get kids writing! I actually had students build snowmen on their last snow day and take pictures so we could interview them!
    Olivia W.
    09 Jul 2023
    My students are L_O_V_I_N_G this activity! They are so engaged here during exams.. it's wonderful! (and possibly a miracle during this time!)