Sunday, December 6, 2015

Teacher's Little Helpers: Holiday Products to Get You Through the Month



Welcome to day 6 of our holiday link up.  It's Angela from The Organized Plan Book.  I am here to share some of the products I have lined up in my shopping cart to get me through not only December, but the remainder of the winter season.

If you haven't checked out Jen Runde's TPT store, you should definitely pop in for the holidays.  She has some awesome December themed craftivities for both Literacy and Math.

December Craftivities - Literacy-Themed Craftivities for December
This literacy bundle has three different activities including comprehension snowmen, figurative language snowglobes, and penguin paragraphs.

Each product comes in two different sizes, both small and large, and has blank templates for you to formulate your own questions if needed.

December Craftivities - Math-Themed Craftivities for December
While you are visiting Jen's store, you should also check out her Math craftivities.  Much like the Literacy bundle, this Math pack contains three different activities...factor trees, word problems, and ratios.  I can't wait to use these guys as a spiral review for my kiddos.


Holiday Writing Craftivities
I am super excited about these little holiday craftivity books by Alexis at Laugh Eat Learn.  This is a growing bundle of adorable little crafitivity books you can use for any kind of writing with your students.

I love that students can use these little books to write their own creative stories for each season.  In addition to some personal creative writing, I can't wait to use these as reflective journals in lieu of the students' regular journals.

This is a growing bundle, and it is discounted right now...so be sure to head over to her store by clicking the image above to snag this pack.

Compliment Cards for Christmas FREE
Finally, I can't wait to use these cute little compliment cards made by Kristin at One Stop Teacher Shop.  This product is the perfect addition to my kindness initiative I am holding in my classroom this holiday season (more on this later in our link up).

Students must come up with one compliment for each student in the class.  Then, the compliments are all collected on individual cards.  When finished, you can either hand the card out to the students personally, or you can use these as a bulletin board display for everyone to enjoy.  Click on the image above to download this product for free.

Finally, if you are looking for some clip art to spruce up your holiday resources, be sure to check out my blog post here where I am showing you some fun winter clip art that's available in my store.  There are three freebies available for you to download instantly! :)  Who doesn't love a cute freebie, am I right?

Hot Cocoa Clip Art
Here is a little peak at one of my clip art packs.  Click on the image to purchase these cozy hot cocoa buddies.
Looking for more great products to get you through the holiday season?  Be sure to hop through the links below.

If you have a great product that would be useful for upper elementary teachers this holiday season, be sure to either leave a comment below, or join our link up!

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