Christmas Word Scramble for your students to enjoy. Use at your next Christmas party. Directions: A bad winter weather system hit the North Pole yesterday and knocked out the power. When the power was brought back on, Santa found out that all his computers had scrambled his filenames! Help Santa fix his computer files by unscrambling the words below. He needs all the help he can get this time of year! This holiday scrambler activity is fun and engaging word play. No prep. Print and go. Key included, of course. - HappyEdugator
An interactive whiteboard resources for use with students with special needs, some fun Christmas activities. It includes worksheets and activities using the whiteboard, songs, stories and cooking. It can be used with all ages and is age-appropriate for secondary students.
PowerPoint presentation about Christmas, covering:
History of Christmas
Christmas is banned!
Who’s Father Christmas?
Who’s Santa Claus?
Who’s St Nicholas?
Christmas around (some of) the World
Christmas true or false quiz
Christmas songs quiz
Christmas craft idea
How many ways can you say “Merry Christmas”?
Snowman: This snowman coordinate graphing & ordered pairs activity integrates math with Christmas (Snowman!); a great way to have fun while improving math skills.
Students may add their own snowman features (eyes, nose, buttons, scarf, etc.) and also color in their drawing and add any accessories they wish on top of the finished picture!
A poem I have written exploring the way we treat our planet and intended to prompt and provoke student debate and discussion. Could easily be used with Primary and Secondary students, as well as even older students as it should act as a stimulus or opening for debate. Thanks Mark Cowan
This poem attempts to get across to students the difference between the exam command words - describe, explain, justify, compare, contrast and evaluate. It has been never been more important for students to be able to do this, yet is something many students still really struggle with. My students found this a different way in…Hope it is of some use to you and your students!