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Christmas and Holiday FREE Printables

It's a crazy time of year- especially for teachers.  So, I have gathered up some holiday free printables and teacher resources just for you from some of my teacher friends!  I hope this saves you some much needed planning time as you finish out the next week!












I hope you found some things you like!  Thanks for stopping by!

Holiday and Christmas Printable Card FREEBIE


This card is perfect for your Holiday needs!  Students can color the card and write a letter to their parents, family, or teachers.  This is great for a Kindness activity at school or to simply use at a writing center! 
Click HERE to get your FREE Holiday Card!

If you are interested in more options, I have 8 other cards available HERE!



'Twas the Night Before Thanksgiving STEM, Craft, and Retelling!

I am beyond excited to have finished up with a fun book unit for 'Twas the Night Before Thanksgiving!  This is sure to make a great school week!  Click any picture or HERE to check it out!

STEM Activity

The students get on the bus with their turkeys under their shirts, but the bus won't start!  So, they have to find a way to get past Farmer Mack Nuggett.  They can go around him, under him, or over him!  Students will plan, build, test, and reflect on their idea!



Maybe students will build an underground tunnel to get past Farmer Mack Nuggett!

Retelling Activities

This book really lends itself to retell or sequence a story!  First, you can do this whole group using a pocket chart!  You can discuss characters, setting, events, problem, and solution!  Then, you can have students cut/paste the events of the story using a simple worksheet.  Lastly, students can use this FREE retelling bookmark and puppets to practice retelling the story with a partner!



Just want the retelling bookmark?  You can download it free HERE!


Opinion Writing and Craft

Next, I have a fun opinion writing!  In the story, the kids hide the turkeys under their shirts.  Make this craft (boy or girl) with a flap that has a turkey under the shirt!  Then, students write about if they would save or eat the turkey.

Disguise a Turkey

This is a FREE product in my store that I also added to this book unit!  Do this as a family or classroom project! To learn more about it you can click HERE!

PIN FOR LATER!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great Thanksgiving!