It’s time for another round up of resources – this time we’re covering the Holiday Season! December is one of the hardest months to survive, even though we get a small vacation! The kids know vacation is coming, so their minds aren’t where they should be. All the better reason to embrace their current fascination with the Holidays, but sneak in educational nuggets that they might not notice 😉 Best of all, none of these involve that scary elf.
Love the movie “A Christmas Story”? Your kids will love these Solve and Snips to practice their decimals!
Peel and stick for a December Math Journal! Interactive too!
This is a popular activity on Pinterest – “If I were trapped in a snow globe…” writing prompts! These would make a great board display too!
These Christmas Grid Games are great for practicing basic math skills.
These Tic-Tac-Toe Boards are great for grades 6 through 10, and FREE!
You know I love interactivity, so of course I love this pop-up flip book for A Christmas Carol!
Take the “A Christmas Story” theme into ELA with this pack!
How awesome is this? A Dr. Seuss Tree for the classroom or library! You could take that word strip idea and use it on any book-themed tree… maybe a train one for The Polar Express?
Here’s ten great Christmas Activities for little hands. I love those coffee filter trees!
This 26-page Christmas Project is great for covering all areas of learning, including Art!
We could ALWAYS need more writing prompts, here’s some that are Christmas themed! Not just about elves and reindeer – but the ideas of traditions, giving, and free choice! Just about every type of writing prompt is covered.
Make their writing assignments a bit more fun with these free winter writing papers!
Kids LOVE these Math Mystery Pictures! They definitely will share the Grinch’s grin if you assign them this little activity.
December has already started, but that doesn’t mean you’re too late to start this Christmas STEAM Advent Calendar of activities!!
It’s important to include multiple traditions in your lessons on the Holiday Season. I love this “Around the World” INB for the Holidays!
These math stations are genius!!! Your kids really will be “jingling” all the way to Christmas if you send them off to winter break after doing these activities!
Here’s some books on the Holiday Season and the different religious and cultural aspects of why this time of year is important to so many people:
That’s it for this 4mulaFun Educational Resources Round Up! What would you like to see in January??
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