We know that this can be a very busy time of year with all the preparations for the holidays and end of year. To help you out, we’ve put together a list of Christmas and wintertime blog posts. Find lots of great tips for using Super Simple Songs in the classroom, at home (maybe while the kids are on break), or at holiday parties and pageants.
We wish you a wonderful holiday season!
Christmas Blog Post Roundup
Music and Movement – Using Gestures
Using gestures with songs can really enhance language learning. Get tips on how to use them, along with gesture guides for “Hello, Reindeer” and “Goodbye, Snowman.”
How’s The Weather?
Snowflake and snowman craft ideas. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
Christmas Topics – Counting and Numbers
No matter what age your students are, they can benefit from practicing numbers and counting. Worksheets and activities for “Jingle Bells” and “10 Little Elves.”
Christmas Topics – Toys
Practice discussing Christmas wants and wishes with “What Do You Want For Christmas?” and “Santa’s On His Way.” Learn how to introduce new vocabulary with a Mystery Box.
Christmas Topics – Action Verbs
Practice some fun new holiday action verbs like sawing, hammering, sewing and painting with “10 Little Elves.”
Christmas Topics – Prepositions of Place
Where is Santa? Is he under the tree? In his sleigh? On the roof? Practice prepositions of place with “Santa, Where Are You?”
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