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Ready for some elf fun?
Lots of elves lurking around houses at this time of year! Bring some elf fun into your classroom!
Pg. 3-4 Word Search – always nice to have around for your fast finishers
Pg. 5-7 Which Stocking Should I fill? – practice identifying nouns and pronouns – read the words and glue the gifts into the correct stocking.
Pg. 8-9 Doubles Plus One – solve the math problems and color
Pg. 10-11 Elf Adjectives – write adjectives about the elf – two choices of writing paper – I like to use this write before the writing project – we brainstorm together and write adjectives on the board – they write their 7 favorite on the paper and then circle 2 to use in their writing
Pg. 12 – Look Who Moved into My House – a poster you can use in your hall to showcase your students’ writing
Pg. 13-26 Look Who Moved Into My House! – a writing and craft activity – two types of writing paper – copy all the patterns onto cardstock or construction paper – the back of the house gets glued onto the roof along the dotted line – the chimney gets glued behind the roof – the writing paper gets stapled between the front and the back of the house – the elf gets glued in the doorway (you could use the blank inner doors and have the students draw their own elves) the front door gets glued onto the left side over the elf so that it can swing open – glue the wreath and ribbon on and color the lights – colored pencils work the best
Pg. 27-36 Elf Mobile – copy all the patterns onto construction paper or cardstock – accordion fold the arms and legs and add wiggly eyes - Glue together as seen in the example - more directions on each pattern sheet
Pg. 37 Thanks and credits