Holidays

The holidays are the perfect time to engage your students with seasonal-themed activities. Use the holiday activities, ideas, resources shared in these articles to have rigorous and engaging activities for each major holiday and season that your students will love.

Check out these posts for seasonal and holiday ideas to engage your students!

  • Big kids can have Valentine’s Day fun, too! This post shares a variety of engaging and rigorous activities for Valentine’s Day with upper elementary students, including FREE Valentine's Day activities!
  • April and May are the perfect months to incorporate engaging and rigorous spring activities to motivate your students (and sneak in some test prep). This post shares several freebies and other resources for upper elementary.
  • FREE Math Puzzles for the Entire Year! Challenge and engage your students with these engaging holiday and seasonal themed math puzzles!
  • Mother’s Day is a great way to have your students celebrate their mothers or loving caregivers. This blog post is full of Mother’s Day gift ideas and activities, including links to simple Mother’s Day crafts and several freebies.
  • St. Patrick’s Day activities for 4th and 5th graders! Engage your 4th and 5th graders during March with these engaging St. Patrick’s Day activities and freebies.
  • Lots of winter activities for upper elementary students, including math, literacy, and science.

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Welcome friends! I’m Jennifer Findley: a teacher, mother, and avid reader. I believe that with the right resources, mindset, and strategies, all students can achieve at high levels and learn to love learning. My goal is to provide resources and strategies to inspire you and help make this belief a reality for your students. Learn more about me.

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