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Sharing the Spirit of the Holidays With Your Students

By Beth Newingham on December 12, 2012
  • Grades: 3–5

In addition to teaching our students the necessary intellectual skills they will need to be successful in the real world, it is also important to teach them about the significance of helping others. This type of teaching is essential as we strive to prepare our students to become productive, considerate citizens in our society.

For some students, the holidays are all about receiving presents, eating good food, and taking part in festive activities that provide fun in their own lives. These students are not always focused on the “giving” aspect of the season that should outweigh the receiving,

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