These holiday tracing pages have several uses:
*Choose the pages you want and staple together to make a book.
*Use the pages individually throughout the holiday as a whole class craft or activity-simply use pasta, glitter, beads, crayons and other craft supplies to decorate the pages.
*Copy, laminate and place at a center where students can trace and write holiday themed words with dry-erase markers.
149 Printable Pages included:
My Christmas Words, My December Words, My Holiday Words, The End, Merry Christmas!, Happy New Year!, Ho, ho, ho!, Happy Holidays!, Happy Kwanzaa, Happy Hanukkah!, presents, gift, Santa, Santa Claus, Christmas tree, evergreen, decorations, tinsel, garland, lights, wreath, ornaments, candy canes, cookies, milk, reindeer, Rudolph, Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen, chimney, fireplace, sleigh, candy canes, gingerbread man, star, elf, workshop,Mrs. Claus, candle, holly, mistletoe, poinsettia, snow, snowflake, snowman, three wisemen, Jesus, Mary, Joseph, King, Messiah, baby, manger, stable, donkey, camel, sheep, Bethlehem, Inn, gold, frankincense, myrrh, angel, nativity, Christmas carols, Joy to the World!, O Holy Night, toys, bells, shepherds, bows, ribbons, love, family, naughty, nice, Christmas list, North Pole, Advent, lump of coal, kinara, unity cup, dreidel, menorah, sack.
-Most pages have two versions, one with a clip art graphic and one without. A few don't have graphics.
I hope you and your students enjoy this resource!
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