In the Valentine’s Day Card Sheet, students finish the rhyme from the classic poem “Roses are red, violets are blue…”. Who knew rhymes and poetry could be so much fun?
Imagine your students had enough money to buy the ultimate Christmas for you… What would they buy to impress you? You may have to remind them about some of your hobbies.
What would Christmas be without the classic Christmas song “Jingle Bells”? As students listen to “Jingle Bells”, they have to put the sentences in the correct order.
Word searches help students recognize patterns making it an excellent cognitive exercise. In this Halloween word search puzzle, it emphasizes spooky Halloween vocabulary terms.
Halloween is a scary, yet fun time. But these are two contradicting emotions on October 31. This means that there’s no better way to teach them Halloween adjectives with jack-o-lanterns.
Can you find your way out of the Halloween maze worksheet? Starting at the top, you have to make your way out of the maze. But don’t hit any of the pumpkins.
From 1 to 80, draw straight lines based on consecutive numbers. As you connect the dots, it produces a picture resembling something related to Halloween.
It’s October, that means it’s Halloween. Write the vocabulary anywhere in the Halloween Bingo cards and the first student to get a line wins the game.
This is a surprisingly difficult activity where students get to decipher words from a bunch of letters. Make sure to review these Christmas words in your class beforehand.
Students love crossword puzzles because they can use analytical skills to count letters and uncover words. In this Christmas activity, it caters to Christmas vocabulary.