Ceremony and Tradition; Christmas; Hanukkah; Kwanzaa; Teaching with Technology
Lessons to help your students learn about Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and other holidays around the world
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Students compare the two seasons through hands-on activities — creating collages, sorting seasonal clothes, and completing a brief writing assignment.
These seven ideas for kid-created holiday gifts will sharpen students' writing skills.
This lesson plan helps students identify why the Bill of Rights, ratified on December 15, 1791, is so important to our freedoms.
After exploring the art and style of Georgia O'Keefe, your students will create their own poinsettia masterpieces!
Explore some New Year traditions celebrated around the world, like watching the ball drop or blowing a ram's horn trumpet.
Jan Brett's The Mitten can be used to teach sequencing, predicting, and how to retell a story.
These classroom activities will help familiarize students with the Mexican holiday Las Posadas.
Study Chris Van Allsburg by reading and discussing his book, The Polar Express, and completing activities.
These vocabulary activities help students to learn definitions and also to use and apply the vocabulary words in various contexts.