Since I have a beach theme in my classroom, I am seriously considering this one.
I have even made a
fun freebie collaborative STEM project for this one.
This ornament also goes exceptionally well with my
Another connection to Around the World is this wonderful book
If you click on the picture, you will go to Amazon to find out more. I read this book last year after a student of mine checked it out from the school library. I was enchanted, and will make sure my class has the chance to read this.
Okay, Back to the Outstanding Ornaments:
This one would be a lot of fun too. My students could look around for fun "little treasures"
Of course my first decoration that I did with my students looked like this:
These are just plain fun and the kids love them!
I love this one, but think it would be harder to pull off with my students!
Most years I do a special gingerbread house with my students, but I don't use candy. I use dried fruits, dried vegetables, and nuts. Click HERE to find out about Healthy Houses.
Crayon Shavings! Clever!
I also think this Grinch is pretty clever! It would be perfect for the Dr. Seuss fan!
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