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Your student must decide what she would want this currency to look like. How creatively do you think she will use the space?
Your student can create their own presidential self portrait. How do they envision themselves in the future?
These are three very serious questions. What would your students imagine their role as president to be?
Cut out any of these Valentine’s Day decorations to personalize a box, bag, or card.
Personalize a box, bag, or card with any of these Valentine’s Day decorations; just cut them out and glue them on!
Decorate a bag or card with these Valentine’s Day items. Stick them everywhere!
This is a Valentine’s Day version of the classic
St. Patrick’s Day
A twist on the favorite connect-the-dots game. May the luck o’ the Irish be with you!
Can your student decide what is harmful to our environment?This worksheet will help them to decide what would be harmful or harmless to our ecology.
An “eggsellent” adaptation of a classic dot connecting game, in which the goal is to connect the colorful eggs.
Fourth of July and other Patriotic Holidays
This is a very easy puzzle for younger students. It only has 3 pieces, which are rotated into position to form the finished picture. (Some assembly required)
The evil jacks have stolen the candy corn from the bats! Help them to find it.
This is an extremely easy maze for very young students.There are very few wrong turns possible.
This is a twist on the connect-the-dots game we all played as kids, just connect the most Jack-o-Lanterns to win!
An easy Halloween word search for your little one. There are twelve words to find.
Bats! Jack-o-Lanterns! Candy Corn and STILL MORE BATS!! There are four different Halloween bookmarks per page.
Bats fill the full moon sky over the haunted house in this page of 4 bookmarks.
A set of four Halloween bookmarks that your little readers can color and share.
Just like the dots game we played as kids, two players try to connect as many pumpkins as able before time runs out!
Players take turns matching these colorful Thanksgiving cards. This game could move rapidly, a great time filler when fall weather keeps students indoors.
Happy Holidays Coloring Banner
This is a great craft project for the class or just one child. Thirteen festive letters to color!
Kids learn to draw a simple shape using a grid, and can color the page if they wish.
Kids learn to use a grid to draw a Christmas stocking. They can also color the drawing.
Kids learn to use a grid to draw a Christmas tree.This method is one of the oldest methods of replicating an image.
This worksheet teaches a student to draw a simple sleigh. The easy grid system aides in getting scale and dimension accurate.
Kids learn to use a grid to draw a Christmas snowman. A grid is a great tool to have in the art box.
This is quite possibly the first Christmas song any child will learn and few children will require the lyrics written down for them… but if they do you’ll be glad to have this handy sheet.
Any group of children will have a great time learning this favorite Christmas carol!
We Wish You a Merry Christmas is a very lively carol, one of the favorites for kids of any age, and fun to learn.
Find each Christmas item in this easy word search! There are 16 words to find and they can go in any direction.
How many times can you find the phrase “Five Golden Rings” within this mix of jumbled letters?
This simple letter to Santa is the perfect way to help your student learn to write letters, and also to let dear ol’ Santa know what’s on the list!
Now your little one will know exactly how many days until Santa makes his big appearance as they cross them off and anticipation grows!
Find all of Santa’s reindeer names in the puzzle. There are only 9 to find, and the words can go in any direction.
Two activities in one! A Christmas coloring page and a word search. There are eight tiny words to find. You see what I did there… eight… tiny…words.
This is a simple, quick and fun game, perfect for passing time while waiting for Santa’s big arrival!
This is a variation on an old favorite. Connect the ornaments to outscore the opponent, but, be kind, it is Christmas after all.
Who can make the most matches in this matching game? Shuffle the cards and take your turn with a friend or two!
This festive banner will be great for a class project and Christmas decoration.