Ho, Ho, Ho! Merry Christmas! Yup, you guessed it, we are celebrating Christmas in July! My husband and I have a really fun tradition of pouring a nice glass of wine and watching National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation on a hot summer night in July. This year we really feel like the Griswold’s because we just told our kiddos we are putting in a pool!
In celebration of this fun tradition, I have uploaded all of my Christmas resources! I have both secular and christian themed resources available so hopefully you can find something that will work in your classroom, Sunday School room or at home with your littles. Just don’t forget come December when everything is crazy busy that you already downloaded something ;0)
Down below are some of my favorites but there are more on the “Literacy and Theme” page. Click here or on any of the pictures to start downloading.
What classroom is complete with out it’s own “elf”?!? The “Our Classroom Christmas Elf” resource has a cute little elf with different activities that encourage great classroom behavior. It’s really fun every year to see the creative minds at work as we name our elf and create his backstory!
“Santa Claus Is Coming To Town” contains fun literacy and math activities all with a cute Santa theme. My students especially like the Santa Christmas cookie sort.
Christmas is one of my favorite times in the classroom and I love taking the three weeks before vacation to go over all of the parts of the First Christmas Story. These Christian based resources will help your little learners dive deep into the true meaning of Christmas and have a lot of fun along the way.
Merry Christmas (six months early) and Happy Teaching!