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Are you searching for an inspirational activity for your mixed-age group? One that could easily be a craft or an educational classroom activity? If you sometimes find your treasures on the craft stores' clearance shelves, like me, you'll likely have most materials for this activity on hand.
Here is a simple and oh, so easily adaptable winter activity, inspired by the "Deck the Halls" Theme!
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Does the Elf on the shelf visit your program? It's that time of year when many educators receive visits from their Elf on the shelf and are starting to plan their shenanigans.
To help keep you organized while planning your happenings-be sure to print your own free copy of my printable 2018 Elf Shenanigans planning calendar. In this file you'll also find a free set of Elf Count & Clip cards for your students and a mini set for your elf as well!
Your students will have fun practicing their counting skills right alongside their elf-with this included set of "Mini Count and Clip" cards.
Below you can also find Elf on the shelf tips from early childhood educators (including 30+ examples of the precarious positions their elves have been found in), as well as other free Elf and the Shelf printables from other bloggers! Happy Planning!
With the Holidays upon us you may be feeling burdened to find that perfect holiday gift for your clients, as a way to say thank you for their business.
As with any gift, it's really the thought that counts. There are many thoughtful gifts that you can give to say thank you-that don't have to break the bank.
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