December Literacy Centers | Logic Puzzles | Writing Prompts

December Literacy Centers | Logic Puzzles | Writing Prompts
December Literacy Centers | Logic Puzzles | Writing Prompts
December Literacy Centers | Logic Puzzles | Writing Prompts
December Literacy Centers | Logic Puzzles | Writing Prompts
December Literacy Centers | Logic Puzzles | Writing Prompts
December Literacy Centers | Logic Puzzles | Writing Prompts
December Literacy Centers | Logic Puzzles | Writing Prompts
December Literacy Centers | Logic Puzzles | Writing Prompts
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  1. These winter reading passages and logic puzzles make it quick and easy for teachers to provide engaging and high-interest literacy activities. Use them for winter writing, reading and critical thinking in DECEMBER, JANUARY, and FEBRUARY. They work great for Literacy Centers, Early Finishers, Gifted
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These December-themed reading passages, writing prompts and logic puzzles make a great differentiated addition to your literacy centers or ELA schedule.

Students will enjoy reading about these high-interest December Celebrations:

•Walt Disney’s Birthday – December 5

•Gingerbread House Day – December 12

•Bill of Rights Day – December 15

•New Year’s Eve – December 31

Each of the 4 featured Topics includes:

•Informational Text

•A Famous Themed Quote

•Higher Level Thinking Response Questions

•Logic Puzzle

•BONUS: December Research Writing Prompt (+extra paper)

This December-themed resource can be used as differentiation in a variety of ways in your classroom!

For example:

•Literacy Centers

•Early Finishers

•Gifted and Talented

•Homework

•Sub plans

It's also a perfect PRINT and GO product for FUN Friday 4 times a MONTH!

Looking for more LOGIC Puzzle Activities?

Click HERE to check out GATER Educator's Engaging C.S.I. Activities

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Cite textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
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