Winter and Winter Holidays

Resources, printables, lessons, activities, ideas, crafts, and more for middle school and upper elementary classrooms during the winter season and winter holidays.
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ThisTake What You Need, Give What You Want bulletin board and more are all parts of a kindness campaign -  one January goal at a high school visited by the blogger who posted this.

I had this idea floating around in my head about making an interactive bulliten board using pull tabs with sweet messages for my school and came across this which is a great option too! Totally doing this! Make this valentines day

Martin Luther King Day in the Language Arts Classroom - ideas for writing, speech, and reading lessons, vocabulary lists, and classroom display ideas for Dr. King Day.

Martin Luther King Day in the Language Arts Classroom - ideas for writing, speech, and reading lessons, vocabulary lists, and classroom display ideas for Dr.

Includes: One page of informational text about Martin Luther King Jr. Day activities. With short articles, a chart, illustrations, and a sidebar, it resembles a magazine page. One page of multiple choice questions about text features, organizational elements, and comprehension of the text. One graphic organizer in which students are asked to locate various text features within the page of text.  Especially for middle school and upper elementary language arts and reading classes.

Informational Text - Martin Luther King Jr. Day

This informational text resource for Dr. King's holiday includes one page of non-fiction text with a variety of text features, one page of text dependent multiple-choice reading comprehension questions, and one graphic organizer.

This blog post is FULL of great ideas for your upper elementary and middle school students to use this December and January winter holiday season. You'll get story ideas, poetry, writing, a FREE download, website ideas, and more. Great for your 4th, 5th, 6th, or 7th grade classroom or home school students. {freebie, fourth, fifth, sixth, or seventh graders} - My guest post at HoJo's Teaching Adventures

Winter Holidays in the Middle School Classroom - HoJo Teaches

This blog post is FULL of great ideas for your upper elementary and middle school students to use this December and January winter holiday season. You'll get story ideas, poetry, writing, a FREE download, website ideas, and more. Great for your 4th, 5th, 6th, or 7th grade classroom or home school students. {freebie, fourth, fifth, sixth, or seventh graders} - My guest post at HoJo's Teaching Adventures

Are you a Middle School Teacher?  Do you teach teens and tweens?  Then you'll love this Christmas Teaching Idea to promote a different kind of gift giving in and out of the classroom for the holidays!

Bringing Meaning to the Season for Middle Schoolers

Are you a Middle School Teacher? Do you teach teens and tweens? Then you'll love this Christmas Teaching Idea to promote a different kind of gift giving in and out of the classroom for the holidays!

This free resource includes three activity sheets for the winter holiday season. The activities include short reading passages with comprehension questions, vocabulary practice with suffixes and antonyms, and a few riddles. The content is about Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and winter. Ready to print and use for some quick and fun language arts practice with a holiday theme

This free resource includes three activity sheets for the winter holiday season. The activities include short reading passages with comprehension questions, vocabulary practice with suffixes and antonyms, and a few riddles.

Christmas Story Studies - story questions plus two additional activities for each of seven classic stories for the holiday season.

Christmas Story Studies - story questions plus two additional activities for each of seven classic stories for the holiday season.

Wild Winter is a ready-to-use close reading packet that includes four original articles and everything needed for a full three readings. Click to see the topics and preview the activities.

Close Reading - Wild Winter

Wild Winter is a ready-to-use close reading packet that includes four original articles and everything needed for a full three readings. Click to see the topics and preview the activities.

Includes one magazine-style page of non-fiction text along with text dependent multiple choice questions and a graphic organizer that focus on comprehension skills, text features, and text structures.

Informational Text - Presidents Day

This informational text activity includes one magazine-style page of non-fiction text with text dependent multiple choice questions and a graphic organizer that focus on comprehension skills, text features, and text structures.

Favorite Stories, Poems, and Non-fiction for the Christmas Season pin

Favorite Stories, Poems, and Non-fiction for the Christmas Season pin

Middle School Mob: Fun Classroom Activities for the Winter Months

It’s January, and teachers are deep into that long winter stretch in the classroom. Meanwhile, what the kids (and teachers) are .

A Christmas Carol Party -  Unit includes a detailed webquest, then students attend as characters from A Christmas Carol, includes a list of video versions of the classic story -   Beyond the Story: A Dickens of a Party

A Christmas Carol Party - Unit includes a detailed webquest, then students attend as characters from A Christmas Carol, includes a list of video versions of the classic story - Beyond the Story: A Dickens of a Party

Learning with the Mount Rushmore Presidents on Presidents' Day - Four favorite free lessons, one about each of the four presidents

Learning with the Mount Rushmore Presidents on Presidents' Day - Four favorite free lessons, one about each of the four presidents

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