For most elementary students, December is one of the most exciting times of the year. We all know that this is because Christmas is celebrated in December. The holiday seasons presents a time for teachers to do tons of activities in the classroom. These Christmas crafts will make for some fun times in your classroom. Whether you have a classroom party coming up or you want to party all December long, you’ll be able to find some cool things to do with your students.
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Check out these fun crafts for your elementary students! Be sure to click through the link or click on the picture if you’re interested in getting the full directions to complete these crafts with your students.
Tamale Ornaments from Muy Bueno Cookbook
Holiday Lantern from Farmer’s Wife Rambles
Elf on the Shelf Craft from The Inspiration Edit
Painted Ornaments from Cutesy Crafts
Ribbon Spiral Ornament from Teach Me Mommy
Christmas Tree Button Craft from The Inspiration Edit
Hot Chocolate Ornaments from Pretty My Party
Pinecone Christmas Trees from Adventures of Mel
Pony Bead Ornaments from Cutesy Crafts
Christmas Card Craft from The Best Vinyl Cutters
Rudolph Wood Slice Ornament from Thrifty Jinxy
Q-Tip Snowflake Craft from Easy Crafts for Kids
Fabric Christmas Ornament from Making Manzanita
Paper Bag Stocking Ornament from KC Edventures
And don’t forget to check out the Christmas/December items in my TPT store.
Which crafts would you like to try in your classroom? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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