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Cute and simple ornament for parents.

Gingerbread cookie ornaments (not real gingerbread cookies). These make very sweet ornaments or you can simply have them sit as potpourri around the house. Easy to make and best of all - NO BAKING REQUIRED! Make it with the kids or grandkids and write the year and name in the back.

Craftberry Bush: You can't catch me! I'm the Gingerbread Man...

CHRISTMAS FLOWERS- This is great inspiration to make your own centerpiece. (It would be really pretty with white roses and silver Christmas balls too!)


Random Act of Christmas Kindness for Kids...Candy Cane Bombing! Free printable in post!

3x3 Canvas Christmas Ornament - Personalized. Etsy (although I could totally make these myself!)

An awesome holiday craft for the whole family! Cupcake liners turned into adorable and festive ornaments!

Cupcake Liner Christmas Tree Ornaments - One Perfect Day

20 Jaw-Dropping DIY Christmas Party Decorations | GleamItUp

How To Make a Christmas List Ornament

Cinnamon Ornaments - The recipe calls for a few ingredients: • 4 oz. (or 1 CUP) cinnamon • 1 TABLESPOON ground cloves • 1 TABLESPOON ground nutmeg • 3/4 CUP applesauce • 3 TABLESPOONS white glue // Dry for 3 days at room temp.

WhiMSy love: DIY: Cinnamon Ornaments

These adorable sled craft ornaments are part of my child care kids parent gifts this year. I always like to incorporate their photos into holiday crafts – it’s just amazing how much they change in a year! To make the sled ornaments: Lay 4 wide craft sticks side by side. Apply glue to one thin […]

OMGeeeeee!!!!! I love it!! This is it, for real ~ this year's Christmas gift for parents! :D

"The kids loved this. They had to measure the gingerbread man first with peppermints then they had to compare their own height to the gingerbread man. Are they taller or shorter? I think we actually had on little one that was shorter than him."

Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: Gingerbread Activities and Centers

Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: A Whole Bunch of Christmas!

Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: A Whole Bunch of Christmas!

Melted Crayon Ornaments! Take the top off, drop in bits of crayon (colors mix to make other colors), top back on and hold, Use hair dryer heat to the crayons until they begin to melt, & swirl.

$ This series of 15 informational text posters gives your students a brief overview about the history of Christmas symbols and traditions in American culture. A scavenger hunt is included so you can assess your student's ability to read and comprehend informational text. This is an engaging way to integrate CCSS skills with your holiday celebrations

Christmas Informational Text Posters and Coloring Book

Checkout this great post on Bulletin Board Ideas!

Holiday Ornaments Door Display!

Kids Christmas Tree Paper Craft

I HEART CRAFTY THINGS: Kids Christmas Tree Craft

(adjectives lesson?) First Grade Wow: Grinch Alert! Cute ideas to incorporate the Grinch into schoolwork around Christmas time

First Grade Wow: Grinch Alert!

neat way to make paper Christmas Trees! with step by step picture instructions.

Fold a fir tree | krokotak

DIY Cinnamon Ornaments - this recipe is so easy, requires NO COOKING, and produces amazingly scented cinnamon ornaments that will fill your whole home with the best scent of the season!

No Cook Cinnamon Ornaments ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

gingerbread adjectives - even better if you make gingerbread men first, then get him and leah to describe while eating them - you can then write down the words inside an outline of a gingerbread man and put it up on the wall. Then say/ write sentences - e.g The gingerbread man is crunchy and sweet.

Babbling Abby: Gingerbread Unit Activities for First Grade

Christmas ornaments stuck on elastic covered with fabric tube.

DIY Snow Princess Halloween Costume -

Very Cute and CHEAP way to send home glass ornaments safely! Directions in blog. fairytalesandfict...

Fairy Tales And Fiction By 2: Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer

think this would be a good math lesson for those last few crazy days before Winter Break...

Sunny Days in Second Grade: Search results for gingerbread