"Stuff It!" is an interesting and fun way for students to practice writing. I've included several options, with two different stocking patterns so you could actually do both of them, or give students a choice.
A Sweet Tweet For Santa, is an interesting and fun way for students to practice writing. Students color, cut and glue the bird to the top of their writing prompt paper, then each day (for 10 days) they jot down (tweet) something sweet that they've done, that Santa might be interested in knowing.
Choose one of these Christmas countdown activities, or give your students a choice. These craftivities are wonderful fine motor practice. Scissor "snipping" helps strengthen children's finger muscles. They'll enjoy counting down to Christmas day as they "trim" the tree or Santa's beard.
This packet includes a variety of quick, easy and interesting ways for your kiddos to countdown to Christmas. Counting down is a great way to help your students practice counting backwards, as well as visually be able to "see" the passage of time, which is a rather abstract concept for young children.
This Christmas alphabet booklet, is an interesting and fun way to have students countdown to Christmas. Starting December 1st, have them complete one letter. Since there are only 25 days 'til Christmas, remind students to complete letters Y and Z on the last day.
Doing countdown activities, help little ones wrap their heads around the concept of time. They're also a quick, easy and fun way to practice numbers, as well as counting backwards. The packet also includes a traceable calendar page for December, with a blank template if you want students to write in their own numbers.
Reinforce number sense + addition with this simple snowman dice game. Includes a template for numbers 1-6, as well as numbers 1-12, plus an incomplete snowman, so that students can create their own.
Help review analog and digital time to the hour and half hour, with this snowman clock matching game. Print the snowman template on white construction paper; laminate and trim. Run off the hatband-time words, the digital time-rectangles and the analog clocks; laminate and trim. Students choose a time and then match all of the pieces and parts to complete that snowman.
Help your students understand +1 more, addition, subtraction, and other math concepts with this mitten-themed 10 frame packet.