Welcome to day two of the Literary League’s 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop! We know that the holiday season is busy for both teachers and students. You want to make learning fun, yet still meaningful while attempting to channel some of your students’ energy and excitement about the upcoming holidays and days off from school. Today you’ll find two seasonal resources that will help you do just that.
From Room 213: Christmas Coffee House
The last few days before the holidays are difficult for everyone. The students don’t want to focus, but you need to keep teaching. You could resort to showing Elf again, or you could get their creative juices flowing while they practice important ELA skills like writing, speaking and listening. This freebie shows you how to turn your classroom into a coffee house and provides ideas for students to use when they write their poetry.
I love incorporating themed grammar exercises in my classroom. It is a fun way to get students to practice and master basic grammatical skills. There are four different worksheets in this download: pronoun identification, subject & predicate identification, subject verb agreement, and homophones. These Winter Themed Grammar Worksheets are great because they can be used throughout a few months in the year, they make a great last-minute sub plan, and they also can be used individually when you have about ten minutes left of class.
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Visit Brain Waves Instruction and Secondary Sara tomorrow for Day 3 of the Literary League’s 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop. Look for a special surprise coming on Day 12!
Mrs. Spangler in the Middle says
What a fun idea to write poetry at Christmas time! Those lovely poems might even make a nice Christmas gift!