Dr. Seuss' book, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, is one of my favorite holiday classics. It was my favorite book to read to my classes, so I had to come up with some lessons to use with my classes.
This pack includes a total of four whole group lessons (K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd) that could be adapted to u
Do you want great practice for Christmas thematic vocabulary? Simply print and laminate these picture cards/sentence cards to “hide” in the classroom. The students should find a word/sentence posted in your classroom and write it in the correct box on the recording sheet. Save money by purchasing th
"The Best Gift of All" is a Christmas-inspired literacy lesson designed by Jackson Education Support. The lesson is a great supplement to homeschool curricula and aligned with Common Core ELA-Literacy Standards. Students enjoy a fun, engaging learning experience. Also, parents and teachers spend min
Just in time for the holidays: Christmas Language Sequencing will engage your students in many ways: Some are: Critical Thinking: Using comparison of sequence and actions in pictures, plusidentifying what comes before, next, and last.Writing: Telling a story using the pictures as a starting point.