Academy of American Poets
Timothy Steele's poem, "Toward the Winter Solstice," offers scholars an opportunity to consider what poets and scientists could learn from each other's work. First, learners examine a NASA image of a star-forming region in the Orion...
Missouri Department of Elementary
Honor family traditions with a lesson that examines the variety of winter celebrations. Class members discuss their family's traditions then complete a cut-and-paste practice page in which they match a picture to the name of a holiday....
An interactive adds a bright touch to the holiday season with a learning game that challenges scholars to hang 250 Christmas lights. Once the outside of a house is decorated, participants have the choice to see their work light up to a...
Can you help Santa collect all the presents in time for Christmas Eve? A fun, clicky game prompts players to get Santa through the dangerous candy canes and into the safe path of floating gifts and stars.
A creative lesson shines a spotlight on Christmas celebrations throughout six different countries. Scholars read an informative text and share their new-found knowledge with their peers. After hearing about each country, pupils choose...
An interactive game of hidden pictures challenges scholars to locate hard-to-find gift boxes. The number of presents increases and becomes harder to find as levels progress. A joyful reindeer praises players for a job well done.
The glow of a Christmas tree means that the holidays are finally here! Young learners decorate their own trees with an interactive resource that includes tree options, ornaments, lights, garlands, and plenty of gifts to place.
Lexington Children's Theatre
What's your favorite seasonal tradition? Before viewing a stage production of A Charlie Brown Christmas, language arts students explore the music and literary themes of the story. After they have watched the show, learners compare...
Charlie Brown may not feel the Christmas spirit this year, but your elementary students can use the season to practice important cross-curricular skills! A set of worksheets and activities based on A Charlie Brown Christmas guide apply...
Children's Theatre of Cincinnati
Bring A Charlie Brown Christmas to social studies, language arts, math, science, and art class! Learners ponder the meaning of Christmas trees, write about Christmas during the original release of the television special, research holiday...
Christmas trees can be as large and elaborate as the tree in Rockefeller Center, or as small and understated as Charlie Brown's tree in A Charlie Brown Christmas. But where did the tradition of Christmas trees come from? An engaging...
Here comes a writing assignment, here comes a writing assignment, right in time for Christmas. Young letter writers respond to a series of questions posed by the interactive that then formats their responses into a letter to Santa.
In many ways, Victorian Christmas is alive and well today! Class members read an informative passage to learn more about traditional Christmas gifts, decorations, crackers, and visits from Santa Claus in nineteenth-century England—as...
Where is Australia? How is an Australian Christmas from other Christmases around the world? Learners participate in a mini-research project where they discover what an Australian Christmas is like.
Woo! Jr. Kids
Spread holiday cheer with a coloring page that features the Peanuts Gang singing Hark! The Herald Angels Sing around a decorated Christmas tree—a scene from the movie, A Charlie Brown Christmas.
Woo! Jr. Kids
Wish everyone a merry Christmas with a coloring page that features A Charlie Brown Christmas' Snoopy and Woodstock decorating a doghouse with stockings.
Discover how the world celebrates Christmas with an interactive website that takes scholars on a journey through several different countries' holiday festivities.
Merry Christmas! Bring the holidays to your classroom with a set of picture word cards featuring popular Christmas symbols. The pictures are cute and festive, and are sure to bring a smile to your young learners.
Young scholars explore Christmas traditions from around the world. They research traditions in Ireland, Brazil, France, Sweden, Mexico, and Russia. Students use the Internet to answer questions about each countries traditions.
In this holiday worksheet, 4th graders study the traditions associated with Christmas. Students respond to 10 multiple choice questions choosing the correct answer from the drop down menu.
In this grammar instructional activity, students, working as a team, fill in twenty-two blanks with missing adverbs to make each phrase or sentence grammatically correct.
For this holiday reading comprehension worksheet, students learn about 3 common Christmas traditions: wreaths, stockings, and decorated trees. Students read facts about each and answer questions.