Bring some holiday spirit to your classroom with these punny Periodic Table Classroom Banners... perfect for any science or STEM classroom! These holiday banners are meant to add a fun pop of holiday spirit to your classroom with minimal prep time. Print your favorite phrases on colored paper or cardstock, trim and go! Have your students help you decorate using the "outline font" options and supplementary clip art slides.
Wishing you a very HAPPY HOLIDAYS from my classroom to yours!
INCLUDED IN THIS RESOURCE:
- "Happy Holidays" Print & Go Holiday Banners (solid & outline font)
- "Merry Christmas" Print & Go Holiday Banners (solid & outline font)
- "Happy Hanukkah" Print & Go Holiday Banners (solid & outline font)
- "Happy New Year" Print & Go Holiday Banners (solid & outline font)
- "Ho Ho Ho" Print & Go Holiday Banners (solid & outline font)
- Number Slides to Create New Year Banner (solid & outline font)
- Eight Holiday Clip Art Banner Slides
Looking for Holiday STEM Activities?
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Hot Cocoa Science - Middle School December STEM Activity - Christmas Science
Science of Winter Sports - Upper Elementary & Middle School Physics STEM
Valentine STEM Challenge - Flying Cupid Balloon Rocket - Force Motion Pressure
Valentine STEM Challenge - Cupids Broken Arrow - Build A Bow and Arrow
End of Year - Science of Water Slides - STEM Challenge & Unit - Teambuilding
Candy Science - Elementary STEM Activity - Grade K - 3 - Observation
Wishing you a class-full of curious minds, always!
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