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Winter Theme Unit
How to Make a Snowman

Winter Theme Unit
Winter Theme Unit


How to Make a Snowman

A Short Reader

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 2 to 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   3.66

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    temperature, wonderland, medium, donned, arms, gear, scarf, building, snowman, also, build, snowball, begin, bundle, thick, sure


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     Spanish: Cómo hacer un muñeco de nieve


How to Make a Snowman
By Erin Horner
  

1     If the temperature is falling and white snowflakes are, too, then it is time to build a snowman. Before heading out into the winter wonderland, be sure to bundle up! Put on a warm coat, a hat, and a scarf. Don't forget your gloves, either. It's really hard to build a snowman with frozen fingers!
 
2     Once you've donned your winter gear, you are ready to go outside and begin building. You will need to build three snowballs to make your snowman. One will be big, one will be medium, and one will be small. Then, you will stack these snowballs on top of each other. Start by making one small snowball. Then roll this small ball around in the snow. As you roll it, it will get bigger and bigger. Do this until it is really big. Next, make your medium .....
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