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The Biggest Snowball Fight (Rhyme Time Readers)

av Angela Shelf Medearis

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A snowball fight leads to a new dance and starts a new town tradition.
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Rhyme time readers
  jhawn | Jul 31, 2017 |
Summary: Kids play in the snow and then get in a big snowball fight with the entire town. The mayor breaks it up and the clock chimes knocking snow on the mayor. That causes a new tradition which is a snowball fight every year after the first snowfall. They all do the cold snowball dance.

Personal Reaction-It was very colorful. It rhymes and was was able to grab the readers attention. I thought it was very cute and appropriate for this type of weather we are having. The students seemed to really enjoy this book when I read it and would try and find the snowball.

Classroom Extension
-We could make up a dance that goes along with the book.
-The students could draw picture of each other playing in the snow.
-The students could make up their own rhymes.
  ChelseyPowers | Mar 12, 2014 |
Summary:
The Biggest Snowball Fight is a book all about the fun of winter and wiggling. When a boy gets hit with a big snowball off of the top of a clock, he mistakenly thinks it was the girl giggling behind him. He wiggles and jiggles to get the snowball out of his clothes. The boy then throws a snowball at the girl he thinks hit him, and she begins to wiggle and giggle and mistakenly thinks it is a different friend. This leads to a huge snowball fight with the whole community that even the Mayor joins in on. It becomes a tradition in the town for years after.

Personal Reaction:
I enjoyed reading this short story and found it very uplifting and perfect to read to introduce kids to the winter time. I enjoyed that the book had a lot of points where the children were dancing and giggling, and the whole community was involved in the snowball fight. I also like that the snowball fight became a tradition by the end of the book, and the whole community would join in year after year.

Classroom Extension Ideas:
1.The children could create their own snowball at home with whatever materials they have, and bring it back to school to show to the whole class.

2.The children could draw a picture of a tradition that has been in their family for a long time, maybe always watching the game together on a Sunday, or going to the park every Monday, something fun.

3.The children could all create their own wiggle dance to get the class up and moving. ( )
  KendraAdams | Jan 27, 2014 |
Review: This is a good example of realistic fiction. A snowball fight between lots of children could very well happen as well as snow falling off buildings because there is so much snow upon it.

Setting: The setting in this story is a backdrop setting because snowball fights can happen anywhere.

Media: Watercolors and pen
  rlee09 | Oct 11, 2009 |
This book is a fun example of realistic fiction. Students could imagine themselves or others that they know in this same situation. It is a true depiction of present day life. This is very relatable to their own lives. I would use this book in a primary classroom. The type of media used is pencil. There are very definate lines and some shading that brings the picture to life. ( )
  bekstrom | Jan 6, 2009 |
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