Christmas Writing for First Grade

Christmas Writing for First Grade
Christmas Writing for First Grade
Christmas Writing for First Grade
Christmas Writing for First Grade
Christmas Writing for First Grade
Christmas Writing for First Grade
Christmas Writing for First Grade
Christmas Writing for First Grade
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Christmas Writing for First Grade is the perfect packet to engage your students in a variety of winter season holiday writing activities and booklets. The Christmas writing topics include Santa Claus, reindeer, North Pole, family holiday traditions, story structure, poem and letter writing, sentence writing, response to Christmas literature, and more. It works well for guided writing, small and whole group writing, or for your writing or literacy center.

The packet includes:

• Christmas KWL Chart - write what they know, want to learn, and have learned as students learn about Christmas.

• Write a List! – draw pictures and write a list of Christmas writing ideas.

• It’s Christmas! Main Idea/Details – complete a graphic organizer by writing a main idea about Christmas and details to support it.

• Learning About Christmas – write, illustrate, and share facts about Christmas.

• What can you write about the Santa Claus? – draw and write about Santa Claus.

• Christmas Web – complete a web graphic organizer with words and/or pictures that describe Christmas.

• A Letter to Santa – write a letter to Santa Claus.

• A Thank You Letter to Santa - write a thank you letter to Santa Claus.

• A Christmas Story – write and illustrate a Christmas story.

• How many words can you make from the letters in Santa Claus? - cut the letters out and use them to make words from the letters in “Santa Claus.” Write the words.

• You better not pout! – write about the good behavior that you’ve had throughout the year.

• All I Want for Christmas – draw and write about what you want for Christmas.

• Stocking Stuffers – draw and write about what you would want to find in your stocking on Christmas morning.

• Colors of Christmas – complete the sentences about the colors associated with Christmas.

• How to Wrap a Gift – draw and write about the steps needed to wrap a gift.

• Christmas nouns and verbs – write a list of nouns and verbs that describe Christmas.

• Santa’s Reindeer nouns and adjectives – write a list of nouns and adjectives that describe Santa’s reindeer.

• A Christmas {acrostic} Poem - write phrases that describe Christmas and begin with each of the letters in Christmas.

• I can read a Christmas book. – write and illustrate a favorite part of a Christmas book.

• My Favorite Santa Book – draw and write about your favorite Santa book.

• Santa’s Vacation – draw and write about where Santa would go on vacation.

• Retell a Christmas Story - retell a Christmas story by writing about and illustrating the beginning, middle, and end of the story.

• Christmas Traditions – draw and write about your Christmas traditions with family and friends.

• The Night Before Christmas – write about what you and your family do the night before Christmas.

• Decorate the Tree – decorate and describe the Christmas tree.

• Cookies for Santa Booklet – write step-bystep diirections for making cookies for Santa.

• Christmas Things – write and illustrate lists of things you want for Christmas and things you want to give to others for Christmas.

• I can write Christmas sentences. – write a sentence for each of the given Christmas words.

• A Christmas Story - draw and label the setting, character(s), problem, and solution of a Christmas story and evaluate the story.

• A Visit to the North Pole – write about a make-believe visit to the North Pole.

• Rudolph’s Night Before Christmas Booklet – write about and illustrate Rudolph’s night before Christmas adventures.

• All About Reindeer – write facts about reindeer.

• Learning About Reindeer – draw, write, and share information about reindeer.

• Funny Reindeer – draw a picture of a funny reindeer. Describe the reindeer.

• Create a Christmas Sweater – create a Christmas sweater. Describe the sweater.

• Compare and Contrast Reindeer and Turkeys – draw and/or write what is the same and different about reindeer and turkeys.

• How to Decorate a Gingerbread Cookie – draw pictures to show the steps in decorating a gingerbread cookie. Write sentences to describe each picture.

• I can read about Santa. – draw and label the setting, character(s), problem, and solution of a Santa story.

• What’s in My Christmas Presents? – draw and write about what you think is in your presents that are under the Christmas tree.

• Writing Center Printables – Christmas notes and writing paper to use at a writing center.

Includes graphics &/or fonts copyright Dianne J. Hook. License #: 12159215601.

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For more Christmas activities see:
I Love Christmas Literacy and Math
Christmas Writing for Kinders
Christmas Math Centers First Grade

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