Sunday, December 14, 2008

More Christmas for kids

  1. Going carolling is easy with this ready to print Christmas carol book.
  2. At Christian Preschool Printables you can print Christmas bingo pages made up of the nativity story pictures. And on the next page is a Road to Bethlehem file folder game and a nativity puzzle.
  3. No kids activity list would be complete without The Toymaker. This year I'm planning to have the kids make the Dodechahedron of Little Snow Guys after reading (or rather looking at - it's perfectly wordless) The Snowman (this version is an easy reader just right for Anna Kate) and watching it on DVD. And I think that I have a resident artist or two that will enjoy learning to draw this Santa.
  4. And Edhelper has a lot of Christmas worksheets, some are free, some are only available with a site subscription.


Terri said...

Holy cow, where do you find all these nifty little ideas? You make me tired ;)

Alicia said...

I have a ridiculous number of yahoo bookmarks. I bookmark everything into an extensive virtual filing cabinet. Then I just go to the appropriate folder and chooose my favorite links to share. It does take some time, but I then use my own blog to use my chosen links with my own kids for school, etc. so it's worth it to me.