Christmas crafts, math, and reading games and activities for children

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Christmas Craft Ideas and Candy Cane Bouquet

First, simple wooden shapes available in craft stores are very plain but can be painted and decorated to be suitable ornaments.  These may be given to teachers, Sunday School teachers, daycare providers, and relatives. They may also be hung on your own tree. Start by painting the wooden shape with white paint, add plastic jewels

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Christmas Around the World The Netherlands Free Resources

Christmas Around the World! For 32 days (November 23rd - December 24th, 2012) you will get to “travel” to a new country each day  learning about how the holidays are celebrated in other countries!  If you visit Beth's Living Life Intentionally blog post, you will find the links to all the blog posts in this

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Holidays Wants and Needs Free PDF for Class Discussion

Wants and needs can be so difficult for families to manage during the holidays. The anticipation of gifts can create some behavior issues in the classroom, too. This post has a free holidays wants and needs printable to help with economics understanding for young children and primary grades. Wants And

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TpT 2012 Winter Holiday FREE eBooks

This post has TpT 2013 Winter Holdiay Free eBooks links. There are 4 new eBooks from TpT sellers with all free lessons, printables, and freebies as our way of thanking our buyers! Grades Pre K-K, Grades 1-2, Grades 3-6 by Rachel Lynette, and secondary by Addie Williams.  Be sure to check the back pages of

Three Addends Christmas Math Games Freebie

free-Math-Match-Add-Numbers-Center-and-Game  60 pages, opens here This post has a three addends Christmas math games freebie printable. Children can be great at adding two numbers and memorizing facts, but what about problems with 3 addends?  A game will help them practice this addition strategy, first add two numbers, then add the third.  This printable has both

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