Happy Sunday! Since most of us have spent time this week preparing for the upcoming holidays, I decided it was the perfect time to share some Christmas freebies with you to help get you through the next few weeks of school!
Start with this FREE lesson on theme from the Christmas classic Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer. Students will watch the movie and determine the theme, providing evidence from the movie to back up their theme. Of course, sample answer keys are included.
Are your students creating ornaments for a class Christmas tree or as a keepsake? Check out this free template from The Doodle Oven. She’s also got several more fun ornament templates here!
These Figurative Language Task Cards by Teaching With a Mountain View are a fun and festive way to learn or practice similes and metaphors.
The Peanut Gallery also has these super convenient FREE Christmas Homework Passes if you’re looking for something to gift your students with.Your students will love this fun activity, Christmas Song Titles in Gobbledygook, by Margaret Whisnant.
And finally, here’s your victory freebie! It’s a paid item but will flash free for ONE HOUR following a Saints victory in their noon game over the Texans. This packet includes multiple versions of the classic Christmas story, The Gift of the Magi, plus tons of differentiated activities that teach plot, theme, writing, figurative language, and more.Happy Sunday!