Holiday Words Personal Dictionary is such a useful classroom tool! As teachers, we all love everything and anything themed for the holiday or the season. But, that means you get a lot of “How do you spell…?”
The Holiday Words Personal dictionary is such a useful tool for writing, reading, centers, morning work, or FUN holiday activities. Create a classroom set or a small group/center set for your room!
Included in the dictionary are holidays and the seasonal words with images to go with them. This means this tool is useful for our smallest students to our biggest kids!
Fall- autumn, scarecrow, pumpkin, crow, apple, leaf, and pile of leaves.
Halloween (2 pages) - candy corn, pumpkin, haunted house, trick or treat, costume, witch, Frankenstein, bat, spider, ghost, moon, grave in a graveyard, and mummy.
Thanksgiving (2 pages)- Native Americans, Pilgrims, turkey, pumpkin pie, corn, ham, gravy, mashed potatoes, cornucopia, bread, fork & spoon, and cranberry sauce.
Winter- snowflake, mittens, snowman, hot chocolate, hat, scarf, jacket, and snow boots.
Christmas (3 pages) Santa & Mrs. Claus, elf, Christmas tree, reindeer, present, sleigh, chimney, fireplace, lump of coal, stocking, milk & cookies, gingerbread man, December, candy cane, mistletoe, carol singer, sack of presents, North Pole, ornament, and lights.
Valentine’s Day- candy, heart, cupcake, chocolate, flowers, sweetheart, XOXO, I love you, be my Valentine, Will you be mine?
St. Patrick’s Day- luck, leprechaun, clover, pot of gold, hat, Irish flag, and rainbow.
Spring- Flower, umbrella, bird in a nest, raincoat, rain boots, raindrops, and showers.
Easter- bunny or rabbit, chick, carrot, basket, egg, and peep.
Summer- lemonade, fish, sandcastle, anchor, ice cream, watermelon, swimming in the lake or swimming in the ocean.
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