Impress your principal, parents, and even yourself as students engage in both fun and learning right up until the last bell rings before the holiday break! Our TPT best-seller is packed full of winter-themed craftivities, reading, writing, and math.
These 12 Days of Christmas in the Classroom Activities will save your sanity during the weeks leading up to Winter Break. Our shop best-seller is packed full of winter-themed reading, writing, and math.
Impress your principal, parents, and even yourself as students engage in both fun and learning right up until the last bell rings before the holiday break! Make the most of those 12 days, and give yourself a break from the planning and prep work. We’ve got you covered! Download the preview to see a sample of what each of the 12 days has to offer.
★★UPDATED NOVEMBER 2019 with new activities, graphic organizers, projects, additional math, and updated fonts and graphics. ★★
12 Days of Christmas in the Classroom" is also available in a version for grades 1-3
All teachers know the school days between Thanksgiving and the Winter Break are difficult to fill. Students want to be engaged in holiday fun, but teachers want activities to be educational. This year you can do both! With these 12 Days of Christmas Lesson Plans, students will be racing to school, excited for what each new day has to offer.
Here’s what you will find in our 12 Days of Christmas Bundle:
Candy Cane Day
Christmas Carol Day
Christmas Tree Day
Christmas Cookie Day
Polar Express Day
Santa Claus Day
Each day’s lesson plan includes:
a reading and writing activity with differentiated pages
a math activity with differentiated pages
a variety of other fun and educational suggestions that match the theme.
To prepare for the 12 Days of Christmas you will need some type of container to store each day’s materials. We purchased 12 gift bags from our local dollar store. They were 2 for $1. You can staple or glue the daily labels onto the bags.
The suggested read-aloud books are not included. Check out your school or local library. Most can also be purchased online or in Scholastic’s book club orders, though you can also choose your own books that go along with the daily themes.