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Christmas Projects and Bulletin Board Display Ideas

Ideas for Christmas reading projects, creative writing assignments, and bulletin board displays.
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Twas the Week Before Christmas - A poem for teachers

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Confessions | Confessions of a Nerdy Teacher

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Decorate the end of your bookshelves for holidays ... How fun!

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Christmas classroom door

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Christmas Door Decorations

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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."

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Library Displays

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A list of the "30 Best Christmas Children’s Books" from Children's Book Guide.

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

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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

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Grinch Party Poppers

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"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.

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Happy Owlidays! - Christmas Bulletin Board

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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.

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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

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