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Christmas Projects and Bulletin Board Display Ideas

Ideas for Christmas reading projects, creative writing assignments, and bulletin board displays.

Many of these Christmas powerpoint lesson plans are designed using a game format that will make reviewing the parts of speech or solving math problems a fun learning activity.

Engage your students in fun creative writing activities this December by using unique templates shaped like snowman, snow globe, and wreaths.

Lesson plans that have a Christmas theme that review addition, subtraction, multiplication, decimals, place value, and money skills in a fun and engaging way.

Be more Rudolph! He always knew he was a little different, but he let his light shine regardless of what others said.

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.

Students designed Santa's holding Ipads for this cute "Tech the Halls" Christmas bulletin board display. Students wrote what they wanted for Christmas inside their Ipads.

Creative writing prompts and lesson plan ideas for Christmas, winter, and specific holidays that occur in December.

This Christmas tree craft project was made using paper plates and a paper towel roll.

These "Paper Plate Reindeers" would look cute on a Christmas or winter themed bulletin board display.

This adorable reindeer craft project was made using paper bags and construction paper.

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...)

Have your students create "Rudolph" reindeer using toilet paper rolls, wiggly eyes, and construction paper. Use these reindeer on your Christmas bulletin board display to give it an eye-catching 3D effect.

This reindeer would be easy to make using different colors of brown cardboard paper, red cardboard paper, and wiggly eyes. The body area leaves enough space for students to complete a short creative writing activity.

These yummy “Santa Party Poppers” treats can be made using the following ingredients: marshmallows, bananas, strawberries, mini M (red), chocolate chips (for melting), and toothpicks. From: Creative Kids Snacks

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

Instead of "Season's Greeting," create a reading bulletin board display that features your students' favorite books that they read during December and title your display "Season's Readings."

"Happy OWL-IDAYS" is a unique idea for a holiday bulletin board display title. The winter owls dressed in scarves, ear muffs, and hats are adorable.

"A Good Book Brings Great Joy" is a lovely title for a holiday reading display. From: Shelf Mouse

"Oh Deer!" What a cute and humorous idea for a classroom door display for the holidays!

"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.