Printable Word Cards My favorite item is this pack is the printable word cards. Kids can use them to build words with magnetic letters, or put them out with a sensory writing tray. Try using a candy cane to write the words in a cake pan filled with a small amount of green or red cookie sprinkles!
Story Starter Cards These story cards are designed to get kids started with a story idea, which they can then finish. Encourage them to think about what will happen next, and how the story will end.
Students can pull, squeeze, press, poke, and sculpt the slime. Science, sensory, and fine motor all in one activity. To make the slime, just mix equal parts liquid starch and white glue and glitter. Store the slime in a plastic container. Little learners learn by doing. Writing trays are the perfect activity help students learn to write letters. Put sprinkles in a tray. Students can practice writing letters in the tray using the candy cane.
Gently shake the tray to erase. The Christmas light letters are in my Christmas Center pack. Building sight words with Christmas lights will brighten their day. Students build the sight word with Christmas light letters, clip the letters to the ribbon, and write the word on the recording page. This activity is in my Christmas Center pack.
Elf Letter Dot It with Christmas mini erasers I found in the Target dollar spot is a game students can play to practice identifying letters. Students pick a magnet letter or card, identify the letter, and cover it on their board. It is filled with Christmas paper, stickers, vocabulary word cards, envelopes, and various writing tools.
Trim the tree! Students can decorate the word family trees with ornaments that rhyme. This activity is in my Christmas Center pack too. The bookshelf is filled with Christmas books for students to read of course. Plus the candy canes are perfect to hang up around the classroom too. Measuring presents using ornament rulers is an activity my students always LOVE. Students measure how tall or long each present is and record the measurement on the recording page.
Then they have to find a gift box the same size as the present! Students are measuring, comparing, counting, and using a ton of math vocabulary! Decorating Christmas trees is a must during the holidays. Letter to Santa Free Printable From Events to Celebrate Do your children get so excited when the toy catalogs start coming in the mail before Christmas? Many children love pouring over them and circling the things they want.
Do your children like sending Santa a letter with their toy wishes? Continue this fun holiday tradition by printing out this free printable letter to Santa. Letters to Santa.
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And they have something they can take home and wear or put on their tree. Add big and small cookie cutters, scissors, and rolling pins. Dear Santa Letter From Christmas Letter Tips Children who are comfortable writing will enjoy using this free printable Santa letter template to draft their own letter. Make a helping jar in your classroom!
Science, sensory, and fine motor all in one activity. Story Writing Paper Older kids may be able to write down a story using the story starter cards, but younger ones will probably come up with something more simple if they are writing on their own.
Need to make parent Christmas gifts? Spend the holidays with your family and grab these Christmas pack from my store! Science, sensory, and fine motor all in one activity. Once the bucket is full, have a helping celebration! Check out my all time favorite parent gift using frames from the Dollar Tree.