Here are ten Christmas classroom activities that require minimal preparation. No worksheets are needed to get through December and have fun before the break!
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As we’re now getting into “Christmas mode” at school, here are some sites that might be useful in the primary classroom. Primary Games has a wide range of flash style Christmas games for kids. Great to use on an IWB or classroom computer. North Pole is a great site for kids and teachers. There are stories, games and […]
This is the second year I have involved my class in a global Holiday Card Exchange Project. This project, organised by iEARN, matches schools up with 7 schools from around the world. The schools then prepare an envelope of cards (Christmas, Hannukah, Chinese New Year, Eid etc) which they send to each of the schools. Part of the […]