"Cute as a button!"
I see ___
green lights. I see ___ red lights.
the wrapping paper to see what each child wants for Christmas.
The Santa is from the TLC
prek book, Sept-Dec.
(my 1st graders completed these)
This is the
Gingerbread man that we made and took to the cafeteria to
bake. When we returned, (you guessed it) he was gone!
Here's the fun part. . . I took this picture, made color
copies, cut them out and secretly sent it home for parents to
take pictures of him in their houses, in the car, shopping. .
. where ever! Then the parents e-mailed them back to me
with a little note from the Gingerbread man and shared them
with the kids.
These are the bags
we make to home all the cute Christmas projects and gifts.
Our Super Target has these bags with handles. They are
Snowman can to put
the snowman ornament in. The cafeteria saves the big
cans for me.
Put a class set of
bells in a box, and address it to your class. Put it in
the freezer over night. Right after you watch Polar
Express, have someone come running into your room with the box
saying "Oh my goodness! This box is freezing! Quick open
it!!!" Inside will be COLD bells straight from the North
Pole. And all the kids can hear them ring!
In first grade, we
made sombreros when we studied Mexico.
To make the Grinch
grin. . .
Attach to a green