Happy December! Can you believe it?! I barely remember November even happening it seemed to fly by so quickly. But I'm definitely not complaining because this is my favourite time of year! We certainly wasted no time getting into the holiday spirit with fun activities this week...and to celebrate, I have some festive freebies to share with you...
First up, Santa Clocks!
We are beginning to wrap up our Telling Time unit in math and my firsties can now tell time to the hour and half hour. To introduce a little holiday cheer to our unit, we used my FREE template to create these adorable Santa Clocks (get it? Santa Clocks instead of Santa Claus? HA!).
I always love how unique their craftivities turn out. Each one is so different.
The freebie below includes 3 different clock face options to help suit the needs of your students.
Click the pic to download your copy!
Our literacy centre work this week featured activities from my editable Holiday Hoopla sight word pack. At our writing centre, the kiddies got to write a letter to Santa (which I will actually mail to Santa and we will receive our response in the near future...I can't wait!!). Again, this freebie includes 3 options to allow for super simple differentiation for your kiddies:
Click HERE or the pic to download!
Last but not least, if you follow me on Instagram you already know that I planned to share some of my favourite children's Christmas books with you all! So without further adieu, here's what tops my list every holiday season:
(I can no longer find the above pictured "All Aboard Books" version online, but I'm assuming the one linked is the same story)
(I loved this version growing up but just about any version of this classic is great!)
...And I don't often share personal pictures on here but I just can't resist sharing our first glimpse of our little peanut with you!
Ultrasounds are just way too cool...plus I can boastfully say that there is quite the cutie cooking in my tummy ;) Happy First Weekend of December!