When discussing the five senses, you may ask, "What do you see in the winter? What do you smell? What do you touch? What do you taste? What do you hear?" Encourage students to be descriptive to brainstorm a variety of sensory words. For their favorite winter activities, the class will keep a tally and complete a bar graph with the data collected. This is a great opportunity for students to discuss their choices. Students will create a list of words that rhyme with "skate," "sled," "snow," and "deer." Remind students to listen to the ending sounds. You might ask, "What other words end with -ate?