Welcome to Winter!

I know some of you have been buried under snow already, which I can not even imagine! Down here we've had a few really nice chilly days in the 50's and we're loving it! Cool, crisp days like that make it a lot easier to get into the holiday spirit!

I've been into Christmas since before Halloween. I have issues...
One of the things that really got me in the mood was updating my December Printable Pack. I've already updated it a couple of times since I posted it two years ago, but this time it got a major overhaul. I updated the fonts and graphics on all of the pages, adjusted some of the activities slightly, and added a few more as well. There are 26 activities in all, plus answer keys. I love to have these on hand for homework, sub plans, early finishers, or even a quick center. If you have to sent home a practice pack over winter break, this might do it for you! If you already own the original version, be sure to download it again so you've got all the new goodies.

This next one has been rolling around in my brain for a really long time. I had scrap paper "prototypes" spread out all over my dining room table for weeks! I'm calling it the 3D Grammar Tree Craftivity. It's actually easy to put together and just about every part of it is editable, so if you want to modify the parts of speech your kids practice, you totally can!

And while we're on the subject of Craftivities, check out Rudolph! He also comes with lots of options and step by step directions. I've also included a version that the kids can just color, if printing and cutting all the pieces separately isn't your thing.

So I'm sure you've heard, but the big Cyber Monday sale on tpt is this happening now - December 1st and 2nd. Be sure to add the promo code tptcyber at checkout. You would not believe how many times I've forgotten to do that!

After you're all done shopping, be sure to come back to the blog each day between December 2 and 14 for some awesome daily giveaways courtesy of some very generous friends! See ya tomorrow!

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