Friday, December 9, 2011

Have a Holly Jolly Christmas...

Can you believe we have only one more week until Christmas break!?!?  This semester has flown by!  It's amazing to look back at the beginning of the year to see how far all of my little friends have come.  

This week was full of holiday fun.  We learned how and what kids all around the world celebrate during the Christmas season.  The following pictures are pictures from math and literacy centers.  Keep a look out for the next post.  It will have pictures of our Christmas Around the World fact book and some cute ornaments we made.

Oh!  I forgot to mention in the last post that we have an elf!  He arrived last Thursday.  The kids named in Elfis, how funny is that!  I'm not so sure the whole "Elfis is watching and will report back to Santa..." thing is working so much. :)
Counting 11-20

Create a pattern.

put in order 1-12

Pull an object our of the stocking.  Say the name and dot the beginning sound.  Bonus: Color the stars the correct colors.

Working away under our tree house.

Use the correct color to find and circle the letter.  Write how many.

Circle the middle sound.  
I made a mistake on the "can"...the options were u and e...and YES, I got called out on that. :)
Match the kid with the flag.  Write the word.


  1. Love your blog! Where can I get these??

  2. can you upload a copy of the candy cane worksheet the kids fill in?? Very cool idea!!

  3. Love the posts and ideas!! Where and/or how can I get the worksheets?? My email is:


  4. Love love love your stations. Where did you get these great sheets? I would love copies and so would my children.

  5. Thanks so much! I made all the center activities you see here myself. Please, share my blog with all your teacher friends. I would be happy to e-mail you my activities. Since I don't have a Teachers Pay Teacher store, I'd love for you to visit my Donor's Choose site! The link is on the right side of my page.

  6. I too love all of your ideas and would love a copy if you are sharing. Thanks!

  7. I know that it is after christmas but, having just found your blog, I would love copies for next year if you're willing to share. Thank you in advance and great work! You students are very lucky! :)


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