November 17, 2012
by Ms Stefanie Galvin
That’s such a scary thought – I remember my students at the start of the year and can barely believe that in just 5 weeks time they’ll be moving up into Grade 1 and 2.
But with the end of the year, comes Christmas and all the fun festivities that surround it.
Earlier this month I posted my first Christmas Activities packet on TpT and TeachersNotebook. Tonight I plan to share each part of it with you. (Shhh! There’s a Literacy packet coming that could be even bigger…!)
Appropriate for Kindergarten/Prep.
Purchase on TpT and TeachersNotebook
Alphabet Match – Uppercase and lowercase letter matching cards (great for Snap, Memory, flashcards, etc) and 5 recording sheets.
Holiday Writing – 3 writing prompts with 2 different lined paper styles
- All I want for Christmas
- My Wishlist
- Letter to Santa
Directions for Santa – My favourite activity to do with my students at Christmas time! Students draw a map from the North Pole to their house, including all important stops on the way. Students can then write the directions on the included template (3 lined paper styles).
Awesome Adjectives – Describe an elf, the sleigh, Santa, a reindeer and a snowman.
Number Match – Match numerals, number names and number pictures. 6 recording sheets are included.
Counting Puzzles – 4 counting puzzles (with blank options)
- Counting by 5s
- Counting by 10s
Ordering Days & Months – Days and Months cards and recording sheets.
O’Clock Times – O’clock time cards (analogue, digital and words) and 1 recording sheets.
Odd and Even – Odd and Even sorting cards and 4 recording sheets (fill in the numbers and highlight the numbers).
BUMP to Jingle Bells – Simple and fun math adding game.
So, that’s my packet – I’m very proud of it. I can’t wait to share my Winter Holidays Literacy packet with you all as soon as it’s complete. It’s geared towards first grade, and incorporated my Label Christmas pack as well.
Here are the product listings for you, one final time!
(There is a sale coming up on TpT soon, so you can add it to your Wishlists if you like!)
Also, I wanted to give a huge shout-out thank you to Shanyn from Coffee, Kids and Compulsive Lists for featuring my free fonts in her most recent post. It’s so sweet!
I hope everyone’s having a FANTASTIC weekend!