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Spring comprehensions.

Spring comprehensions.

14 pages of simple comprehensions based on the topic of Spring for using reading, drawing, thinking and writing skills to answer multi-choice, literal and inferential questions.
butterbeans65
Christmas sentence boards.

Christmas sentence boards.

Nine sentence boards/mats each with a different Christmas sentence and picture offering an opportunity to read, match, write, cut, stick and or color. Ideal for fine motor development.
butterbeans65
SILENT NIGHT NATIVITY SCENE

SILENT NIGHT NATIVITY SCENE

SILENT NIGHT NATIVITY SCENE To celebrate this festive time of year, I have created a cut and paste nativity scene and some easy to do mini nativity worksheets. Don't forget to leave a review Check out my blog for more FREE worksheets. www.butterfloblog.wordpress.com Merry Christmas
butterflo1
A Christmas Fairy tale

A Christmas Fairy tale

It's a Christmas fairy tale "Where has all the snow gone" with tasks, songs and craft. The characters of the tale are the characters from famous cartoons (Peppa Pig, Dora, Paw Patrol...) and, of course, Christmas characters (Santa, elves, etc). Seven Chapters, seven days before Christmas! Create a special Christmas atmosphere for your kids! For 2-7 y.o. kids
lukky2005
Christmas Cards

Christmas Cards

Printable cards they can be made to give to family members :)or to each other. Students fold the card in half, color and decorate it, and write a message. An easy and interesting way to get students to write. Hope you like it!
Olynj
Where has all the snow gone

Where has all the snow gone

It's a Christmas fairy tale "Where has all the snow gone" with tasks, songs and craft. The characters of the tale are the characters from famous cartoons (Peppa Pig, Dora, Paw Patrol...) and, of course, Christmas characters (Santa, elves, etc). For 2-7 y.o. kids
lukky2005
Magic message: a Christmas riddle

Magic message: a Christmas riddle

These magic message riddles will serve as instant Christmas cards for your students if you print them on card stock. The riddles resemble QR codes until you raise them to eye level and read the “magical messages” from bottom - indicated by a red number - to top. There are four cards to the page. Decades ago, these things took me forever and a day to draw by hand. But then I could legitimately challenge my students to draw a message of their own. Nowadays, I use the computer so they just take forever. However, I’ve lost the moral authority to launch my drawing challenge. But the “wow” moment when a student actually sees the message still makes it worthwhile.
Carlav
Christmas Poetry Bundle

Christmas Poetry Bundle

A set of 13 poems on the theme of Christmas. Designed to build vocabulary around the topic of Christmas and encourage discussion on various aspects of the season. Most are suitable for very young learners however a few may be a bit challenging. The poems work well for EAL learners from 4-8.
eslaloud