December is a mystical time of the year. A great time for teaching your preschoolers and kindergartners all about Winter Holidays around the world. Winter Holidays Around The World Craft for Kindergarten is a fun way to engage students and teach them about different countries and cultures. Here are some easy and engaging Holiday around the would activities and crafts which are super fun way to teach kids about Christmas around the world- Kwanaza, Diwali, Hannukah, Christmas, Las Posada. It's a win-win for all.
Create this super easy and amazing Hanukkah/Chanukah 3D Dreidel craft while teaching a Holidays/Christmas Around the World unit or while discussing Hanukkah this holiday season. This craft is designed in ink-saver mode and can be made into a booklet that your students will love creating! Students will make their own cut-and-paste 3D dreidel – perfect for learning all about Hanukkah!
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Creating this Hanukkah/Chanukah Menorah craft this holiday season is super easy and amazing for students! While teaching about holidays around the world, students can create this menorah craft. This craft is perfect for your holiday bulletin board or as a take-home activity for students. Simply print on colored or white paper (we prefer white so that students can color it themselves), cut, and paste this menorah together! Fun and so, so easy!
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Students will learn about celebrating Diwali, The Festival of Lights When creating these super cute 3D paper Diya/lamp crafts students are sure to learn something new. This is the perfect activity to pair with your seasonal holidays around the world unit. Included are the craft and vocabulary words for students to learn and practice. The vocabulary words are: Happy Diwali, India, lantern, fireworks, Heena, Rangoli
Celebrate Diwali (The Festival of Lights) by creating these adorable 3D paper lanterns craft. These lanterns are super easy to make and are the perfect classroom decoration for your holidays around the world theme. Perfect for students to learn about Diwali, students will be excited about making their lanterns and engaged in a variety of fine motor activities.
Teaching holidays around the world? Let your students celebrate Diwali (The Festival of Lights) by creating these cute paper shapes rangoli. With the given shapes students can create their own symmetrical rangoli designs. You can choose from 5 rangoli designs by printing them on colored paper so that students can cut and paste their shapes. Included in this resource are rangoli coloring pages.
As December begins I get students to make these super cute Christmas Name Hats which is a great craft for name recognition and fine motor skills. December is also the month to teach kids about Holidays around the world!
Teaching your students about Las Posadas? This adorable and super easy Pinata craft completes that learning! Simply print on colored paper (or white paper so that students can color it themselves) and let students cut and paste this pinata together. It makes an adorable bulletin board or classroom decoration for the holiday season!
Las Posadas wouldn’t be complete without a poinsettia craft! Your students will love making their very own poinsettia to add to your classroom holiday décor. This craft was created in an ink-saver mode so that you can print the pieces on colored paper or on white to have students color their own. This craft is the perfect addition to your holidays around the world unit! Check it out today!
While creating your holidays around the world unit this year, make sure to add in this super easy and amazing Las Posadas Star Pinata craft. You can print the pieces on colored paper or simply print them on white paper and have them colored by your students. This craft creates a variety of holiday fine motor skill practices as well as art and design practices.
Whether you’re teaching Holidays Around the World or all about Christmas during the month of December, this Christmas craft will provide students will the perfect holiday activity! This resource includes two Christmas tree templates and ornament pieces so that students can assemble an adorable 3D Christmas tree. Made in ink-saver mode, all you’ve got to do is print on the colored paper of your choice, cut, and assemble this colorful classroom décor craft.
Your students will love making this Christmas wreath craft during the month of December. Included in this resource is a wreath template as well as wreath pieces so that students can create a cute, individualized wreath. Simply print, grab a photo of your student(s), color, cut, and assemble. Your families are sure to LOVE this keepsake craft this holiday season!
Here is a super cute December craft activity featuring a paper gingerbread man house. It is a fun and festive way to celebrate the holiday season with your students. This activity is super easy! Simply print, color, cut, and glue. Students can create these houses on their own during a holiday party or earlier in the month for a bulletin board or classroom decoration.
Follow these directions to complete this activity:
1. Print the gingerbread house template on brown paper.
2. Print the decoration piece pages on white paper and let students color them.
3. Cut the ornaments out and paste them on the gingerbread house.
4. *There are an additional two pages of ornaments to print if needed.
5. Enjoy your adorable holiday decoration!
Create a super easy and adorable Kwanzaa kinara craft this holiday season! This craft is the perfect addition to your Holidays Around the World unit or just a great addition to your December activities. Print the pieces on colored or white paper (we prefer white so that students can color it), cut, and paste this craft together.