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Christmas: love the reindeer on the ceiling

Snow Sticks - Gather enough paint sticks for your class. Put students' names on the back with a sharpie. Students paint one side of their stick white. Once sticks are dry, students use unifix cubes to measure 1-inch marks on their sticks. Once they finished all their markings (I told them to go to 10), they drew on a face. I passed out sharpies for the students to trace their marks/numbers/faces. Decorate snowman using different materials. Hot glue gun may be needed depending on materials.

Simple veggie tray for holiday get-togethers. Via Party Bluprints

Elf On The Shelf Ideas ...simple but fun, Playing on the stairs…. rolling down them in a tube of toilet paper!

Hershey’s® Kisses® Angels Craft - instead of the wooden bead tho, I'd use another round candy ball of some sort. But then again, you could draw a little face on the wood. hmmm... Consider using a gumball, perhaps. You could even use an edible ink pen to draw on a face.

Today's Fabulous Finds: Neighbor Gift Idea: Game Night in a Bag!

Elf Yourself - Gonna have to remember this!

Think outside the box with those cookie cutters! Make cookie shaped pizza dough and you have a perfect appetizer/main dish for your Christmas decorating party!

"snow globe" apothecary jars. Love the lights!

amazing way to tell a child the truth about santa. This is awesome beyond words. Who ever wrote this wins at life.

Make snowmen out of glue. Decorate with paper, glitter etc. Then let dry on wax paper- use them as gift tags! You could do different shapes for all occasions too!