Category Archives: Christmas
Submitted by Miss Amy Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! 1. Use a paper plate and paint it a flesh color. (You can use construction paper, but paper plates are stronger and better hold the beard). 2.Cut strips of … Continue reading
From babysitters.net Christmas carols are a cornerstone of the holiday season, and hearing your favorite jingle can instantly fill you with holiday cheer. Everyone has their own personal favorite, and your kids will likely find themselves smitten with their own … Continue reading
Submitted by Jenny S. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Have students trace their foot (or shoe) to get the face of the reindeer. Then have them trace their hands for the antlers. Decorate the rest.
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Submitted by Kelly V. Find a picture of Santa. Write numbers 1-25 on it before you make copies. Have students add a cotton ball each day of December as a countdown to Christmas.
From aupairjobs.com Christmas is a magical time of year for both kids and adults alike. The kids are out of school, the holiday cheer keeps everyone in high spirits, and spending time together as a family is at the top … Continue reading
Materials: Clay pot fabric paint jingle bell ribbon A hole will need to be drilled in the top of each clay pot. Have students use small bottles of fabric paint to decorate their clay pot. It is recommended that they … Continue reading
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Submitted by Melissa T. Have students trace and cut out their hand prints. Create a Christmas tree with the hand prints. Have students make ornaments to add to the tree. I titled the … Continue reading
From amazingmoms.com Materials scissors craft glue, glue stick, or glue dots terracotta clay pots (2-inch to 5-inch) googly eyes red pom-poms (glitter pom-poms are a fun addition!) 3 shades of brown craft foam, cardstock paper, or construction paper Instructions First, … Continue reading
My 2nd graders wrote Santa letters. These are a few of my favorites. I corrected the spelling so you could easily read. Dear Santa, How is Mrs. Claus? Does Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer still have a red nose? How are you? … Continue reading
Foil art Christmas tree- Christmas tree art project for elementary using aluminum foil and Christmas bulletin board
“Like” teachertime123 on facebook here! What you need: cardboard or card stock aluminum foil picture to color in clear plastic wrap magic markers(permanent) 1. Cut card board or card stock to the shape you want your project. 2. Cover in … Continue reading
From meetthedubiens.com “Like” teachertime123 on facebook here! What you’ll need: Cardstock – 1 base piece, and then pieces in red, white, peach, and pink googly eyes sharpie white paint glue scissors Directions: 1. cut a circle out of your peach … Continue reading
Thumbprint Christmas Ornaments- Christmas art project for preschool or elementary, Christmas craft; reindeer ornament, snowman ornament, penguin ornament
From meetthedubiens.com What you’ll need: clear glass ornaments paint paintbrushes paper plates sharpies I like to pour the paint on paper plates and have the kids dip their thumbs in the paint. I think it covers better because you get … Continue reading
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Every year, I give my students an outline of a Christmas tree on a piece of poster board, such as the one on the right. With it is attached a note which reads: … Continue reading