Friday, November 28, 2014

Holiday Book Inspirated Crafts


 I'm so excited to join many blogging friends
 to share a favorite holiday book and 
  quick craft to go along with it. 




I just love this time of year. 
It's a bit crazy... but can be such a beautiful time!
Something that has helped me tremendously each month is
Print it and Teach!
Each month covers 12 math and 12 ELA topics.
They are quick printables to get ready and nice to have on hand for
one of those crazy moments, unexpected substitute or quick review/mini-lesson.

 
I have bundled Print It and Teach December with 
Brr... It's Cold ( a file full of fun holiday activities) for a discounted price.
I'm excited to give this bundle to a lucky winner.
Just enter below and we'll choose a winner Monday evening.

Be sure to hop by the other blogs for other
 fun holiday books and crafts!!
Happy Holiday!!


11 comments:

Theresa Charley said...

Happy Black Friday Lory! These bundles look awesome and I love the Brr.It's Cold bundle. Seasons Best, Theresa

Karen F. said...

These bundles look so great!! I could so use them :-) My favorite read alou book this time of year is The Polar Express.
Karen
tommysmom0206@yahoo.com

Lory's Page said...

Happy Black Friday ladies ;) Thanks for stopping by!! xo
Lory

Cherie said...

Mr Willowby's Christmas Tree!

Susan K. said...

I LOVE Silver Packages!

Mary Love Strange said...

Thanks for this great giveaway, great activities to favorites, and intro to new books! I like to read The Gingerbread Man because the kids have fun, and we have a gingerbread day (gingerbread themed literacy and math centers, writing, and make/decorate a gingerbread man/woman).
mhouston@ufl.edu

Bev Ebersole said...

I love to read the Polar Express and have a PJ party.

gscribner said...

I love your November bundle I bought. How fun to maybe win this one!
gscribner@alpinedistrict.org

Tina B. said...

I always love the Jan Brett books The Wild Christmas Reindeer and The Mitten. Polar Express is definitely a favorite!

Suzy Q said...

I like Olive, the Other Reindeer. (And a zillion others...my tub of Christmas books is jam-packed!)

Karyn said...

I love Santa's Book of Names. I read it every year to my students!