Just print the topper and writing pages you need and you are ready to go. This craftivity is a free sample of my Winter Writing Craftivities.Each of these craftivities comes with 3 different styles of writing lines, so that you can choose the line style that work best for your writers.
I love pairing this “Somebody Loves You” letter writing craftivity with my very favorite Valentine’s book, “Somebody Loves You, Mr.
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Kids LOVE the gingerbread man so obviously, it makes complete sense to spend at least a week incorporating it into your students’ learning during the month of December.
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Just double click the button below and it will take you to your free download. I have teamed up with some amazing teachers to share 15 wonderful gingerbread freebies. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Gingerbread Write the Room // The Kindergarten Connection Editable Gingerbread Board Game // Fun Learning for Kids Gingerbread Man Theme Old Maid Card Game // Stay at Home Educator Gingerbread Playdough Mats // The STEM Laboratory Retelling the Gingerbread Man // Sara J.The different line options make these writing craftivities usable for different grade levels.This writing activity CAN still be done without building gingerbread houses.They would also make an adorable way to display research projects for December.For this craftivity, have your students write about all of their Christmas Eve traditions after reading “The Night Before Christmas.” (Affiliate Link) I love the book “Mooseltoe” by Margie Palatini.Then I enjoy watching their creativity as they come up with their designs and get to work.You can allow them to create their own, or you can have them work in groups for this delicious STEM activity.Remind them to carefully think about each of the important steps they are taking so that they can write about it after.3 cups powdered sugar 1 tbs light corn syrup 2 tbs milk (food coloring if desired) If needed, add a little more milk or powdered sugar to reach your desired consistency. This will give you enough frosting for a few gingerbread houses, depending on how much they use.First, have them write a sentence introducing their topic.Then have them think of at least 3 important steps that they took to make their houses.