As winter break approaches, there are so many things to be done. Crafts to be made, art projects to complete, gifts to plan (depending on if your class celebrates Christmas), and more! Planning in advance and having winter activities ready to go is key to 'surviving' the holiday hustle. Here are a few things I like to have ready to go in advance. Remember, don't re-invent the wheel.
Winter in the Classroom Tip 1 - Have a craft ready to go!
|Tea Light Snowmen Ornaments, a great winter craft. (Photo credit: One Little Project)|
Winter in the Classroom Tip 2 - Be ready with a quick workbook!
|Winter and Christmas Themed Workbooks from Poet Prints|
Winter in the Classroom Tip 3 - Elf Yourself
Do you have any classroom routines or things you like to do before students head off for winter break? Let me know in the comments below!