"I Love Christmas, Yes I Do" Simple Sheet Music
Christmas Cookies: A Poem, A Recipe, & Two Pictures to Draw
Gingerbread Houses Poem and Draw
"I Love Christmas, Yes I Do" Simple Sheet Music with Guitar Chords
This very short precious original Christmas song is easy to learn, happy to sing, and heart-warming to share. It mentions candy canes, wreaths, cookies, carols, and the joy of giving. My students love to sing this, and we always sing it twice.
Christmas Cookies Poem
A fun, precious, delicious family tradition; making Christmas Cookies together!
Here is a sweet, gentle, happy poem about the great fun of cousins gathering to make cookies on Christmas Eve Day. The poem is followed by a simple yummy family cut-out cookie recipe. The recipe is followed by 2 pictures to creatively draw of you and your family making cookies.
We created a beautiful, colorful December bulletin board with the poem centered in the middle, surrounded by our lovely creative drawings, and also special family cookie recipes brought in by our students. We copied all of the recipes and compiled them into a book which we illustrated and shared as a Christmas gift with our families.
Gingerbread Houses Poem
Best to give in conjunction with gingerbread house making project
A very, very happy memorable holiday project that has truly become a wonderful tradition for our young students is the making of individual gingerbread houses. It is a messy, creative, beautiful, yummy-looking project that students eagerly wait for!
This little poem captures a bit of the fun of this project and ends with an opportunity to draw a picture of your own unique and very special gingerbread house.
We placed this little poem in the center of our December bulletin board and surrounded it with our pictures of our gingerbread houses, as well as other pictures we found of other very big, very fancy and ornate gingerbread houses. It was a very festive sight!
One Arts Infusion Collaborative seeks to create original music and poetry that support and enhance curricular content, celebrate holidays, stir imaginations, and help make meaningful and engaging connections to learning.