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Snow Days!

I woke up this morning to yet another snow day here in Missouri! Winter has come early to many parts of the US, so it is time to share some Snow Resources.

FROZEN: I love this new Disney movie and the soundtrack! Make sure to download Do You Want to Build a Snowman!

Scholastic Winter Storms: Help students understand the science of winter storms with this link to information and activities to use in your weather discussions.

NBC Winter Olympics: All this snow makes me think of the upcoming Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. Use the videos and resources provided by NBC to learn about the location, events, and athletes for 2014.

National Snow and Ice Data Center: I had no idea there was an organization that just researched and monitored snow and ice, but there is! Lots of interesting pictures and data on this interesting site.


Franklin & Friends Weather Fun: Students can learn about weather basics in this simple free app.

Stella & Sam Into the Snow We Go: Have fun with Stella and Sam as they play in the snow. This digital story is fun to watch and then write your own snow stories.

I Like Snow Picture Book: Your youngest readers will enjoy reading this picture book on the iPad with great pictures of kids in the snow.

Snow Peeps App: Lots of fun snowman games for your students to play and get creative making snowmen!


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