This engaging, differentiated Christmas project will have your students exercising their narrative writing skills as well as their fine motor muscles and visual/perceptual skills.
All of this is happening as the children cut, assemble, and glue a Christmas tree scene; and then write about what they’ll be doing during the holiday season! This resource has multiple levels for writing and is flexible enough for any grade, K-5. This craftivity will decorate your classroom in anticipation of Christmas. These projects are perfect to hang on a classroom wire or bulletin board. They also look great as a hallway display.
INCLUDED WITH THIS RESOURCE:
♥ Step by step detailed instructions
♥ Pictures of the project being created including the finished product
♥ Christmas tree pieces
♥ Ornaments in color and B&W
♥ Tree toppers (star, angel) in color and B&W
♥ Presents in color and B&W
♥ Homework sheet so students can brainstorm writing ideas with family
♥ Student writing pages – 33 differentiated choices
♥ Bulletin board titles in color and B&W
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