Christmas Morning Greeting Choices Signs for Classroom Decor Good Morning Poster

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Fun daily morning routine around Christmas time. Empower your children with a poster of greeting choices to enter classroom. Start the winter season with the right foot, invite the children to point at a visual greeting chart with morning greeting choices to receive a warm welcome from you (the teacher) or from a designated morning greeter (child). You know they love these types of classroom jobs!

The poster includes 6 different types of Christmas Holiday-themed greetings for the students to choose from: High five - Hug - Fist Bump - Wave - Handshake - New way

The illustrations feature popular Christmas characters well known around the world: Santa Claus, Christmas Elf / Santa's little helpers elves (with different skin tones), Rudolph Reindeer and The Grinch.

This xmas poster is a great addition to other Christmas door decorations for the classroom that you already have. December feels much cozier when surrounded by Christmas decor in school, right?



See Morning Greetings Choices Poster for a non-holiday greetings chart that you can use all year long.


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A visuals-only version of the poster is included with your purchase. Excellent for teachers around the world that don't need English wording in the display.

A SPANISH version of the non-holiday poster is available here.


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10 Reasons to use a Greeting System with a Greeting Choices Chart in your Preschool and Kindergarten Classroom:

  1. Support children that speak a different language (EAL).
  2. Make everyone feel welcomed in your classroom.
  3. Let the children experiment with different ways of social interaction.
  4. Make the classroom more inclusive for children with learning difficulties.
  5. Empower children to make their own choices.
  6. Encourage interaction amongst all of your students (and with yourself, this is great as a Meet the Teacher activity).
  7. Help children have a small boost in their self-confidence.
  8. Set a positive tone in your students right from the start of the day.
  9. Strengthen relationships amongst your students.
  10. Promote a safe classroom culture.

► Videos of teachers using a Morning Greeting System

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The download includes two JPG files in high resolution (A4 paper size) with the following:

  • 1 JPG "Christmas Morning Greetings Chart" with illustrations of these different types of greetings: High five, Hug, Fist Bump, Hand Wave, Handshake and New way.

  • 1 JPG  "Good Morning" sign (with a smiley sun wearing a Santa hat) that looks very nice placed on top or next to with the greetings chart.

  • 1 JPG "No-words" poster with only the visuals for each of the christmasy greeting choices.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media and formats, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words.
Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.
Follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by page.
Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print.
With prompting and support, describe the relationship between illustrations and the text in which they appear (e.g., what person, place, thing, or idea in the text an illustration depicts).


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