Here's a quick glance at my seasonal products. (Click on the pictures to take you to that page!)
***Here are some pictures of my class in action with some of these activities we did from my "A Season for Merry-Mint" packet:
(singing carols to our administrators)
(our head of school read them a Christmas story - The Gingerbread Pirates, so cute!)
(we read Christmas stories with a few younger students in the school)
(our last item was a Christmas party, of course!)
***I had originally planned to do a Secret Santa week gift exchange with another class. However, the week before we planned this, the other teacher got a new student in her class and our student numbers weren't even anymore. This is why I don't plan things in advance! I had to come up with an alternate plan at the last minute, and a HUGE thank you goes to Farley over at Oh Boy Fourth Grade for saving my life with the idea of a stocking stuffer party!!!! My kids loved it. They acted like it was Christmas morning!!!!
I'm also going to put the rest of my store on sale as well. Might I make a recommendation? My "Frozen Movie Task Cards" was a popular item this month! You KNOW those kids will be watching it all Christmas break...why not use those as a "reintroduce students back to the real world slowly" activities? You're meeting them where they are (hopped up on sugar, tired from playing and lack of a schedule) and they are reading and showing their comprehension all at the same time. I like when they are learning and don't know it!
Merry Christmas to all of you! Have a restful break and recharge for the new year! :)