Happy Everything! Christmas

What can you do to celebrate Christmas with our kids?



Create a Countdown to Christmas Break

Write about the Holidays

Read Legend of the Candy Cane

Lace red/white beads

Make popcorn and cranberry garland

Make candy cane reindeer (and eat one too!)

Do research on holiday traditions around the world and choose one to add to family traditions

Play with red & white peppermint play dough

Paint red stripes on candy cane

Go out and look at Christmas lights

Bake cookies

Pick out and put up the Christmas Tree

Decorate the Christmas Tree

Sing Christmas Songs

Pick a special family ornament for the year

Tie bells with ribbons and hang them around the house

Here are a few fun read-alouds and movies for the holiday season.
  • “The Polar Express” by Chris Van Allsburg
  • “The Nutcracker" by E. T. A. Hoffmann
  •  “The Gingerbread Man” 
  • " A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens
  • “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” by Barbara Robinson
  • “The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey” by Susan Wojciechowski



December can be a month for giggles, smiles, tricks, and jokes.





Christmas Time is a favorite learning activity of many students! Use this print and go vocabulary packet to enhance your science unit. Included are 20 printable worksheets to help review the vocabulary words your students need to know.
These pages can be used for homework, review, assessment, enrichment, and more!

Here are the words included in this packet:
Santa
sleigh
elf
gifts
tree
candy cane
reindeer
sack



Check These Book Companion Packs

With this download you learn about the story.  It’s a great print and go back for school or home! With 50 pages of printables, your life will be made easier by just printing off the worksheets you need to teach the lesson.

  








If you are doing "Christmas Around the World" then these packs will be really useful for you

Countries Vocabulary Growing Bundle- 18 packs


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