I sent the students home with their family Christmas gifts yesterday.
This is one example of the cards my students made. We used the Christmas tree from our die-cut machine if the students chose a red card. There was a white snowflake available if they chose a green card. The card is attached to a brown paper lunch sack – high tech, I know 🙂
When the family opens the card, here is what they find inside:
And finally, when they open the sack and dig through the extra stuffing, the families will find a new ornament inside. These were SUPER easy to make and are definitely cute (in my opinion). They are clear glass ornaments that I found at Michaels (a craft store). They are not round like a sphere, but have more of a flat surface. The tops came off and a parent helped stuff them with cotton batting (cotton balls would probably work, too). Then the kids used black and orange sharpie markers to make a snowman face.
What did your students make for Christmas presents this year?
Are your students ready for a little math challenge? These Turkey Trio cards have four numbers on the turkey feathers, but only three are needed to make the total on the turkey’s tummy. Can your students determine the three addends needed?
Do you know someone who needs a mug like this in their life? 😂 I can still remember missing a word in a spelling bee when I was little because of this spelling rule!This is why the English language can be so hard! 😜 ... See MoreSee Less