These Christmas activities are just what you need to keep students learning and engaged during this hectic season. Grab your favorite Christmas stories. These materials could be used with the Polar Express but could be used with many other Christmas stories too.
Look at everything that is included!
This lesson includes:
* Directions for creating the glyph
* A photograph of a completed glyph
* Three recording pages for students to organize, represent, and interpret their data
* A partner writing activity to enhance your student's ability to interpret data
*A page of templates (Templates are hand traced and scanned from my unit.)
I have included all these wonderful options for you to pick and choose what is best for your students.
The Christmas Trains pages focus on algebraic thinking. There are four pages of train activities to do with dominoes. There is a paper set of dominoes that you can choose to use instead of real dominoes. Also included are ways to differentiate these lessons to meet the needs of all learners.
The Perfect Gift activity is a great way to keep your little elves engaged before the holiday break! Students use descriptive words to create clues about what they would choose as the perfect Christmas gift. They then work on their public speaking skills while playing this fun guessing game. This activity includes flap pages to make the recording page even more fun!
Pretend that you want to apply to be one of Santa’s elves. Use the interactive journal pieces to formulate your evidence and convince Santa that you would make the perfect elf.
Christmas stories are rich in language that connects with our five senses to make stories feel very real. Choose your favorite Christmas story, and use this bubble organizer to record one example of how the author uses each of the five senses.
Get things jingling with this interactive Christmas activity. The Elf Interactive Story Map is the perfect Christmas activity for first-graders and second-graders! I wrote this lesson to accompany The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg, but it can be used with any favorite Christmas story.
These Christmas hundred and hundred and twenty chart puzzles are incredibly versatile and easy to differentiate for all learners. These puzzles can be used for Christmas math center or as individual Christmas math activities. Simply Print! Cut puzzles into pieces to meet the needs of your learners! Teach! Each puzzle is offered as both a one hundred and a one hundred and twenty chart.
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