It’s the most wonderful time of the year! So, it is time to talk about some fun Christmas Books!
Book Talk Tuesday today is about a great Christmas read aloud: Rock Star Santa by Gayle C. Krause.
This is a fun rhyming book about one kids dream about a rockin’ Christmas Eve concert starring Santa and his Rockin’ Reindeer!
This is a great book to talk about making predictions, endings, and even a little letter writing!
I have made a fun bookmark reading response to go with this gem. On the front your students can create their own Rock Star Santa. On the back is space to describe their Santa or, you could have them write a song for their Rock Star Santa to sing!! Your students will have a blast creating their own Rock Star! You can download your freebie by clicking HERE or on the picture:
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These Mini-missions are short, fun, structured activities to help your students critical thinking skills. They are perfect for morning work to get your kiddos thinking, moving around, and communicating with their classmates! They are also great for when you have a few extra minutes between teaching or when your kiddos just need a break to move and talk to their classmates! They cover a wide variety of learning topics such as reading, writing, and math! I hope you and your students enjoy going on their “missions” to get to know one another better! I have the kiddos put their mission page on a clipboard to make the activity more “official” they eat it up!
You could also make it more fun by adding in the Santa hats, elf hats and/or elf ears!
This is a a fun, low prep grammar mini-unit about comma usage for second grade. Your kiddos will LOVE Captain Comma as he tries to help Sally and Stanley Citizen with their comma dilemmas!
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