Santa Letter Writing and Bulletin Board Display
It's the Holiday Season, and Santa Claus is coming back, so get your students ready for old St. Nick!
1. Activity and Display Directions
2. A Sample Santa Letter that serves as a guide or mentor text for students.
3. Dear Santa writing paper for students to write a persuasive letter to Santa Claus asking him to fill their stocking in upper elementary lines and dotted primary lines.
4. Christmas fireplace bulletin board kit that includes a fireplace, Christmas light border, and brick digital paper to tile. You'll hang small stockings or copies of Santa letters on this background.
5. Dear Santa Display Poster
5 Editable Santa reply letter and name labels.
A little more detail:
The lined paper included (that comes in dotted lines and regular) is for your students to write Santa persuading him to fill their stockings because they have worked hard and have good behavior. Or use it to have your student write their own Santa letters for home.
Put up a beautiful fireplace bulletin board using these included items: a log fire poster, a template to make the top of the snowy fireplace, brick themed digital paper to tile your own fireplace background, and Christmas light borders.
You could also just get red butcher paper and draw some bricks on it or just buy brick themed bulletin board paper at a teacher store or search Amazon.
There is a "Dear Santa" bulletin board display poster and you can opt to use for the display.
Finally, there is also an editable letter from Santa that you can use to reply back to students.
*Bonus editable template to enter student names in so you can easily cut out their names and glue them as labels on the stockings You could also a P-touch label maker or sticky backed paper to write their names.
Finding mini-stockings: I usually purchase mine at either Walgreens, but I have also seen them at Big Lots, or Dollar Tree. They usually come 6 to a pack (sometimes Amazon has them as well.) The day before the last day of school until Christmas vacation begins, fill up the stockings with holiday-themed stickers, pencils, candy canes. or even chocolate Kisses.
I also like to order books from Scholastic for the class to read and bundle them at the bottom of the bulletin board fireplace.
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