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  • Writer's pictureGail Feix

Zoomed-In Picture 📷 Guessing Game: ❄⛄Winter Edition

I hope that your students enjoy this new version of Guess the Zoomed-In Pictures Game just in time for winter! It can be used in-person or virtual, and the idea can be adapted for any topic! ❄⛄📷❓

The first day of winter is December 21st. I am hoping for a few pretty snowfalls and hopefully some snow days! Guessing the Zoomed-In Pictures is an engaging game and a great way to help students start thinking about winter. This activity appeals to students of all ages. It is a favorite with my K-5 students, and I have shared several other sets that you can make copies of here - make copies of my school-themed version here, animal-themed version here, places-themed version here, and my fall-themed version here for even more ready-to-use zoomed-in picture fun.

This particular slide deck includes a variety of zoomed-in pictures related to winter in the Midwest. It is best shared by presenting to the students and guessing as a group. Zoomed-In pictures can be used for any topic. Hopefully this winter themed guessing game adds some fun to your lesson and inspires you to create more to go with other topics. Students might even be inspired to create their own!

Check out other Winter Activities that I have shared here. Explore the Home tab and Free Resources tab for a wide variety of resources to add fun to your teaching. If you enjoy using the resources that I create, you might be interested in checking out the extras that Monthly Members receive. Members receive exciting exclusive surprise resources each month! If you become a ☕supporter or member, be sure to make a copy of the Fall Bonus!

Make your own copy of ❄⛄📷 Zoomed-In Pictures Winter Edition to enjoy here:

Have a great winter!

*NOTE: If the link says you need to request access, it is your school network blocking the share. All items are set correctly to force a copy when clicked on. Many districts block things (including file shares) that are coming from outside of their domain. Please try making the copy from a personal email or Gmail account. Then, you can share the file with your school account. If you request access, I won't be able to grant it, since the issue is blocked on your end.


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