Most of you are probably in survival mode just trying to get through December. Christmas break is coming. I promise! But in the meantime, let me make your life a little less stressful. I just finished my Christmas Party Pack a few days ago, and I am super excited about it. It’s big! Like over 100 pages big. There is way more in it than you can do within the typical hour long party, so you have plenty to choose from. Here’s a sneak peek of some of the things in the pack.
First off, it has this cute Christmas charades game. The kids bust up laughing watching each other try to act things out. There are over 30 cards so each of your students can have a turn. And, it requires almost no prep on your part. How great is that??
This next activity is my favorite because it teaches students about giving. There are 3 Christmas cards that your students can decorate and write in. I had my students make Christmas cards for a nursing home for veterans. I was a little worried that my students might complain about doing this during our Christmas party, but my students LOVED doing it. They wrote some really cute things, and it made me so happy to see them taking time during their party to serve others. If you have time, taking your class on a mini field trip to the nursing home to drop them off would be super fun, but if you don’t, you can just drop them off to the receptionist there.
At the end of each class party that I had, I always gave my students some small gift. I am in love with the student gifts in this pack. It is by far my favorite, plus it’s incredibly easy. All you have to do is buy a Hershey’s chocolate bar for each student in your class, print out the candy wrappers that are in this pack, cut them out, and wrap them around the chocolate bars.
There is so much more included in this pack (remember this was just a sneak peek), so head on over to my store to check it out, and save yourself some stress.
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