Saturday, December 3, 2011

Free Christmas Sentence Scramble

Christmas is in there air. I have a tree up in my classroom with ornaments that I purchased a few years ago from Kmart that are pink erasers, pencils, apples and coffee mugs with D'nelean handwriting on them. Adorable. My kiddos have made the traditional red and green patterned chains that we have draped across the room.

This week in class we read many versions of the Gingerbread man story and compared and contrasted them. This week we are going to read Santa's Stuck and write about how to help Santa get unstuck from the chimney. It should be fun. Lots to squeeze in before the break.

I am also going to add this little activity to my centers rotation  next week. It is a Christmas themed sentence scramble activity with a recording sheet.
I hope you guys are enjoying the Christmas season as much as I am. Have a great weekend.



Delighted said...

I love these! I'm going to post a link to your blog. Hope that's okay. :-)

First Grade Delight

Mrs. K said...

These are GREAT!!!!! LOVE them! Thank you for sharing:)

Amy said...

Thank you so much for posting so many cute freebies! I really appreciate it!

Sarah said...

Thanks! Cute sentence sort. (I love sorts!)

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Jill Mausbach said...

I love your Christmas sentence scramble, but when I try to print, the words do not show up.

Heather Unger said...

Jill, it is a problem with your browser. You may need to update it. If you continue to have problems, I can talk you through it.

Tricia said...

I love your site. I am a new follower.

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