Christmas bits and pieces – there is always lots of Christmas sharing! Here are a few:
Remember the Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day, more info here.
The Silent Night Christmas Challenge more info here.
The British Red Cross are offering a kindness calendar based on the story of the Snowman and the Snowdog:
“There are two versions of the full calendar available to download, one for 5-7 year olds and one for 7-11 year olds. Both are packed with lots of fun activities” More info here.
National Geographic Kids has a Christmas Around the World resource with teacher notes and links to the National Curriculum. It is a very bright, colourful poster full of interesting snippets.
“Pupils will discover how Christmas is celebrated in different countries around the world in our National Geographic Kids’ Culture primary resource sheet. They will also learn how to say ‘Happy Christmas’ in different languages, as well as pick up five tips on how to have a green, eco-friendly Christmas.”
Crayola has produced loads of printables, colouring pages, colour by number, Christmas cards, nativity collage bits and so much more! See the whole list here.
Why Christmas has a huge resource, the history, customs and cultures linked to the Christmas period. A real December resource!
There are many more Christmas bits and pieces available, many more printables and craft pages if what you are looking for is not here.