Christmas Projects and Bulletin Board Display Ideas
Ideas for Christmas reading projects, creative writing assignments, and bulletin board displays.
Download a FREE Christmas classroom calendar set to display on your bulletin board. These free calendar pieces fit perfectly inside pocket charts. Be sure to download all 12 of the FREE January – December classroom calendars that are available on Unique Teaching Resources.
Dr Seuss quote from How the Grinch Stole Christmas: "What if Christmas, he thought, doesn't come from a store. What if Christmas, perhaps, means a little bit more." (Download a FREE one page poster for this quote on: www.uniqueteachin...)
These healthy fruit Grinch party poppers are based on Dr. Seuss’ book "How the Grinch Stole Christmas." These cute treats can be made using the following ingredients: white string cheese, strawberries, banana slices, green grapes, melted chocolate, and a tooth pick. From: Creative Kids Snacks
A list of the "30 Best Christmas Children’s Books" from Children's Book Guide.
"Every Day is a Gift. That's Why We Call It The Present!" is a wonderful idea for a holiday bulletin board display and creative writing topic. Ask students to write about: "What will you do with your present today?" You could have your students write their responses in templates shaped like gift boxes and these projects would make a very touching Christmas bulletin board display.
"Peace on Earth" is a lovely title for a Peace Day bulletin board display. I like how the teacher has used doves, the international sign of peace, as part of her display. This was likely a Christmas display idea, so I would not use red ribbons for a Peace Day theme and instead I would use children's hands around the Earth.
"Peace on Earth" is a lovely title for a holiday bulletin board display. I like how the teacher has placed red bows around the Earth and used doves, the international sign of peace, as part of her Christmas bulletin board display.