Woo hoo...officially on vacation!! I know some of you still have another week to go, so here are some fun things we did this past week that you might want to check out.
We made this Elf Craftivity that turned out pretty cute. Click to download my Elf Craftivity FREEBIE!
You might remember these from last year, but I just had to do them again! By the way, we used acrylic craft paint and NOT tempera. It works so much better!
We made these super simple Christmas trees using strips of green paper. I got this idea from Mrs. Lee. It's also a great activity for practicing ordering lengths.
I brought in a big red bag of items representing needs and wants and we sorted "Santa's Sack" into two hula hoops (needs or wants). Then we did this Needs & Wants Stocking Sort.
We wrote letters to Santa! This template is included in my Christmas Math & Literacy Centers. We put them all in a big envelope with some stamps so we could mail them to the North Pole!
We also made these reindeer hats again! They're just too cute!
We made our yearly calendars for our parent gifts. This is a template I got from my colleagues. Maybe next year I will make my own and put it up as a freebie ;)
Parent gifts all wrapped up and ready to go! We made these quick gift bags for our ornaments and wrapped our calendars in tissue paper.
HERE ARE YOUR FREEBIES!!!!!!!!
To keep the kiddies busy while I finished my report card assessments, I made up this fun Christmas Add & Color game. Click the image to download your FREEBIE!
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Here is the Needs & Wants FREEBIE!
We also had lots of fun with our Christmas Centers. Sorry I didn't have time to take any pics!
Merry Christmas everyone! Have a happy and healthy holiday season!