Featuring three ungrateful children and a reformed Scrooge, the play has plenty of parts to get your whole class involved. Pretend the president has passed a law banning Christmas.
Do you think it is better to be a kid or an adult at Christmastime? How was your life different then? For a quick craft activity, the conservation organisation ARKive has produced a set of origami templates with a Christmassy theme.
There is also a Kessie figure to colour and cut out — perfect as a post-story activity. Share via Email Top resources to engage your class post-nativity play. Here is a gorgeous activity for Foundation and KS1 pupils to make a sadly inedible Gingerbread House as a Christmas craft.
Here are prompt slides for writing or discussion that you can display for the entire class.
Check out this giant bundle! What would you give each person and why? If you would like more writing prompts, you can find a whole bunch of them here.
This content is brought to you by Guardian Professional. There are more craft ideas in this Interactive Advent Calendar produced by the charity CAFOD, including how to make stained glass shortbread stars and how to use handprints to make a Christmas tree picture.
The lesson links to a Guardian article about the effect that writing the novel had on Dickens, who completed the work in just two months and saw the first edition sell out in five days.
Pretend that you can choose one gift that will be given to every child in the world. Think about last Christmas. This Christmas I hope… How many Christmas gifts do you think a child your age should get?
Scrooge writes his first Christmas card is a KS3 lesson in which students read an article and answer questions about the beginnings of the Christmas card in Britain. This post was originally published in December and has been recently updated and revamped. Pretend you have been given a baby reindeer to raise.
Suggested activities include writing a diary entry for Christmas Eve. Or try making these adorable walnut babies. Personification means giving human traits, such as feelings and thoughts, to objects.
Tell why you think so. Tell why you think each item should be on the list. Write about your favorite Christmas book or movie. Alamy Your lesson plans are likely to go out of the window this week as pre-Christmas excitement takes hold of your pupils during the last week of term.
Your favorite should be 1. Write a journal entry about your day. Include plenty of details. Create a new holiday tradition for your family. Sign up to the Guardian Teacher Network to get access nearlypages of teaching resources and join our growing community.
Personify your Christmas tree. Write a story about an elf that gets into some kind of trouble on his day off.Have some fun in the festive season with these Christmas worksheets and classroom printables.
Suggested activities include writing a diary entry for Christmas Eve. Scrooge writes his first Christmas card is a KS3 lesson in which students read an article and answer questions about the.
Christmas Printables We hope you enjoy this huge (and ever growing) collection of Christmas printables - including free printable Christmas cards, gift tags, writing paper, games, bookmarks, printables for the classroom, printable Christmas crafts and more!
Christmas teaching resources for festive fun in your English lessons. Interactive advent calendar, letter to Santa writing activity and more. Suggested activities include writing a diary entry for Christmas Eve. Scrooge writes his first Christmas card is a KS3 lesson in which students read an creative and writing questions about the writing of the Celebration card in Britain.
During the activity. Christmas Worksheets & Printables Our Christmas worksheets bring merriment and cheer to the holiday season by helping kids stretch their academic skills in a festive way. Have a Merry Christmas with our Christmas worksheets and printables!Download