Do you talk about holidays around the world with your children? This is a good reminder that I need to discuss holiday customs and traditions more often in our house.

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A fantastic collection of holiday activities!Holidays (Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa)Included in this packet:**Creative writing sheets with story starters (Both are fiction-based)**Holiday Comic Strip (for the visual learner)**International holiday fact collecting sheet**Christmas Dinner Plan sheet (An Interactive practical math activity!)**Christmas Dinner Plan Graphic Organizer**Christmas Acrostic**Hanukkah Acrostic**Kwanzaa Acrostic**Christmas "Make-A-Word"**Hanukkah…

September’s “Bizarre and FUN National (and some International) Holidays” is all planned out for you! National All American Breakfast Month, Substitute Appreciation Week, and National No Rhyme Nor Reason are just a few of the holidays this month. This 35-page file is full of encouraging cards and tags, “pats on the back”, certificates, a few fun challenges…and a lot more! Plenty of preparation notes and a materials list.

Enjoy this American symbols freebie where your students can learn about the symbols we have in our history that symbolize the freedom that our veterans fought for.Our veterans fought so bravely for our freedom and our history has so many symbols throughout history that represent those freedoms.Ashley Sandersonflyinghighinfirstgrade@gmail.com

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