FREEBIE Build a snowman Addition to 20 DIGITAL ACTIVITY Winter Christmas Craft

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Make a snowman - Make 20 in Google Slides, PowerPoint.

Make a Snowman with Google Slides.

There is a drag and drop activity. It works only in an "edit" mode, not in a " present " mode.

This is a great way for students to be creative and to work on their math skills.

Each student has to make a copy of the Google Slides “Make a Snowman” template.

The file has a blank snowman and a table full of items to add to your snowman including eyes, mouths, noses, hats, buttons.

Each item has its value.

Students have to make a snowman with a total value of 20.

Do you want to edit the numbers? Check below:

Make a snowman Integers & Algebraic Expressions

Make a snowman Fractions & Decimals

**Please be sure that your IT does not block Google Links that have a shared setting of “anyone with a link” if you plan to use this resource. If they do, they probably have a way of unblocking it.

*If students do not have their own Google accounts, you can download the file from Google Slides as a ppt file and then share it.

Check out Inspire Math Matematyka for more resources.

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7 Reviews

• 5

kids enjoyed it

Posted by Penny Simpson on Jan 17th 2022

great work, thank you

• 5

Great for the imagination!

Posted by Melanie Miller on Jan 17th 2021

My grandkids loved this! Not only was it great for addition but they made up stories about the snowmen they built! Thank you! Great activity!

• 5

math

Posted by Debbie Mendoza on Jan 11th 2021

This is great fun for the students and for the teacher, besides being a math challenge of figuring out how to dress up the snowman so that it will add up to 20!

• 5

Yes, I want to build a snowman!

Posted by Kelly Chase on Jan 10th 2021

Love the integration of numeracy into this super fun holiday activities.

• 5

Make a Snowman

Posted by Off the Page on Jan 10th 2021

Great way to practice addition. We had a lot of fun with this. Our favorite part was the hats.

• 5

So much FUN!

Posted by Christy Gandara on Jan 10th 2021

This Activity came with very clear instructions for both the TEACHER and the student! FUN!

• 5

Loved it!

Posted by Karen Greaves on Jan 10th 2021

My students enjoyed this activity. I love the fact that they had to think about which elements to use in order to reach a total of 20 points. Thank you so much for sharing.

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