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Coloring Christmas Printable Activity Pack

Coloring Christmas Printable Activity Pack

For ultimate Christmas family fun, check out my huge Coloring Christmas Printable Activity Pack! It contains over 100 pages of coloring fun that you can download and print from home, including: Coloring Christmas Book 20 Christmas Cards (2 sizes) 10 Ornament Templates 8 Christmas Cracker Templates 8 Christmas Gift Tags 12 Christmas Bookmarks 8 Printable Christmas Wrapping Papers (2 sizes, 2 formats) 6 Christmas Gift Box Templates Advent Calendar Christmas Stationery All items are digital downloads and are sized to print on standard 8.5x11” paper (US Letter).
Sarahrenaeclark
DIY Christmas Ornaments | 10 Pack

DIY Christmas Ornaments | 10 Pack

Color and make your own Christmas tree ornaments with this set of 10 fun holiday templates! These DIY Christmas ornament templates are easy for anyone to make. Just print, color, cut, fold, glue to make your 3D decorations to hang on your Christmas tree or sit as a centerpiece on your table for Christmas dinner! This coloring pack includes 10 different designs, each fits on a 8.5x11 inch page (letter size) to fit most printers. The coloring page designs vary in complexity so there's an option suitable for all ages and skill levels. Basic instructions are included on each page.
Sarahrenaeclark
Printable Christmas Wrapping Paper | 8 Pack

Printable Christmas Wrapping Paper | 8 Pack

Make your own Christmas coloring gift wrap with these printable wrapping paper templates. There are 8 different designs, each with 2 sizes included – Letter (8.5 x 11”) and Tabloid (11 x 17”) in both JPEG and PDF formats. Each design is a repeating pattern, so if you need to wrap a bigger gift, you can easily join a few pages together.
Sarahrenaeclark
Danish Elf Craft  ::  Danish Santa Craft

Danish Elf Craft :: Danish Santa Craft

Christmas Around the World Create either a cute little Danish Elf or Santa with this unique crafting idea from Denmark. This is a Danish Elf Craft that I use to make with my Grandmother at Christmas. Bring a little Scandinavian Christmas Traditions into your classroom. As a child, we would hang these Elf’s from our Christmas tree, the rafters in the barn, sit the them on a shelf or on tops of bottles. This continues to be a Christmas tradition in my house…my kids love making them! These Elf crafts are great for developing fine motor skills such as: folding, coloring, painting, gluing, cutting, listening and following directions. These units are designed in a Mix and Match format. You are able to pick the pieces that you want, depending on the needs and the abilities of your students…so many possibilities. This unit can be approached in several ways. Either as a quick Christmas craft that will take about 90 minutes to complete. Or as long, in-depth project that will take upwards of a week or two to complete. In my classroom, creating the basic lantern will take my kiddos about 90 minutes (coloring and assembly). I always teach each step of the process in isolation. Included: • Printed Elf lantern templates • Danish traditions information • Check out the preview to see everything included! ************************************************************** Keywords: :: Santa Craft :: Santa Activity :: Elf Craft :: Elf Activity :: Paper Lantern :: 3D Craft :: Christmas Theme :: Santa Theme:: Ms Lil :: Christmas Decoration :: Christmas Art :: Santa Art :: Christmas Around the World
lmilonas
DIY Christmas Gift Boxes | 6 Pack

DIY Christmas Gift Boxes | 6 Pack

These printable Christmas gift boxes are the perfect way to personalize your Christmas gift. Each box comes as two 8.5 x 11" black and white PDF templates - one for the base and one for the lid. Color in your templates, then cut along the solid lines, fold along the dotted lines, and glue the panels together to make your box. This pack includes 6 different box designs, so you can use them for other special occasions too!
Sarahrenaeclark
Clay and Materials Animation Lessons

Clay and Materials Animation Lessons

A Lesson designed around exploring materials animation. Students will explore the work of Jan Svankmajer and then go onto use the knowledge learnt to explore creating they're own animations with deeper meaning. The resource contains three handouts and a presentation. Recommended centre equipment: Junk Store Objects Plastercine/Modelling Clay Cameras Tripods Editing Software (HitFilm is free)
omilford
Creative Digital Media Production: Level 2, Unit 11 Animation for Digital Media - SoW & Assignments

Creative Digital Media Production: Level 2, Unit 11 Animation for Digital Media - SoW & Assignments

Scheme of work and assignments for teaching BTEC Level 2 Creative Digital Media Production Unit 11: Animation for Digital Media. The scheme covers teaching for sessions from September to December but can be adjusted accordingly. The scheme begins with study and experimentation in animation techniques and then progresses onto a larger form project. The larger form project is also useful for some criteria in Unit 2: Planning and Pitching a Digital Media Product. Assignment briefs were approved by EV in 2015.
omilford
European Film Form and History

European Film Form and History

This pack contains a gapped handout and presentation for teaching students about the major developments in cinematic form in 20th century Europe and Russia. I use the resources to teach Level 3 BTEC Film Studies but can be used for AS/A level or even Level 4 & 5 clases. It can be taught as an introduction or as an explanation to how Hollywood cinema made New Hollywood found its voice from Europe and Russia. The lesson guides students through Early film German Expressionism French Impressionism & Surrealism Soviet Montage Italian NeoRealism La Nouvelle Vague/French New Wave The students are engaged through tasks throughout and the lesson finishes on a student led film production task. This can be adjusted to suit centre resources.
omilford
Silhouette Animation Prep

Silhouette Animation Prep

A worksheet and presentation to introduce students to the work of Lotte Reiniger and silhouette animation. Made for Level 2 students but easily adjustable to lower year learners or level 3 students. I use this teaching knowledge a UAL course but is suitable for other media qualifications or lessons as well as art lessons. The lesson is used as a precursor to a practical activity making silhouette animation.
omilford