free Letter tracing activity A-Z upper and lower case
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7 responses to “Parent Gifts for Christmas”
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We made peppermint candies and attached the students' message to their parents to practice their typing skills 🙂 The peppermints helped them practice drawing and painting their fractions!
These came out really cute!! We made santa handprint pot holders. 🙂
Cute! So memorable for them, too… since it ties in with your Nutcracker ballet watching excursion. 🙂
This was a great idea! It would have to be for 4th graders though as I can see it now with Kindergarteners being a disaster. 🙂 I did with my Kinders a footprint/hand print angel. The footprint was the body of the angel, the hands were the wings. I painted a circle on top for the head and we stuck a sparkly pipe cleaner through the top to make the halo. They turned out adorable. I only did the head because this class, some get carried away- like far far away and it would have been a HUGE head. lol. Last year I made salt dough ornaments of their hand prints (cut out each hand print of my 40 kids) and baked them. Then the kids painted them like Santa. Those were cute.