Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Christmas School

For the next couple of weeks we are doing Christmas themed school work! For those of you interested in using these with your kids, below is a list of some of the resources we are using. Most of the websites are geared towards preschoolers but a few have pages for older kids as well.


They have lots of craft ideas, book lists and printables including this Christmas tree with ornaments that can be sorted by color or pattern. Find them all here.

I taped the alphabet ornaments together and hung it on the fridge. Each day we sing the alphabet song while pointing to each letter to work on letter recognition. You can find more of their printables here and here.

This is my favorite resource and the free Christmas preschool pack has size sorting, color by number, patterning, pre-writing practice, counting worksheets, cutting practice, and so much more.

Here you will find Christmas themed math worksheets for Kindergarten through Grade Five.

Disney Family

You can find mazes, puzzles, coloring pages and more in the Christmas printable section. They also have all kinds of Christmas Crafts and Recipes.

Cotton Ball Santa
For this one I just made a Santa out of construction paper and then my son glued cotton balls on all of the white parts.

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