If you follow me on social media, you probably know that I love a good bulletin board. These winter holiday boards I am about to share with you are some of my favorite all year! Here are my top December bulletin boards for Kindergarten…
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Tis the season for Ugly Sweaters! Why not include the kids in the fun?! This Ugly Sweater Competition resource includes all you need to create this Ugly and Bright holiday display. You’ll get a parent letter, bulletin board letters, 10 sweater templates, differentiated writing templates, voting ballots and stickers, and an award for the ugliest sweater!
Merry and Bright Holiday Traditions
Just as I do with the Ugly Sweaters, I send home this Family Traditions assignment as another December Family Homework. Students write about a holiday family tradition. They can attach a photo or draw a picture. I allow the students to share their finished page with the class. It’s a wonderful opportunity for the kids to learn about the diverse holidays celebrated within our class family. I display these with the Merry and Bright letters and then combine the pages into a book when I take them down.
Snowmen at Night
This TPT Top Seller makes the best winter bulletin board. I gave this resource a major update last school year, and I love how it turned out. My Snowmen at Night Resource includes snowman body part templates, writing templates, and bulletin board letters to create the display shown below…
Gingerbread Men Make a Ten
Another favorite holiday display is my Gingerbread Men Make a Ten. Students color different gumdrop combinations to make a ten and pair the math activity with the custom gingerbread craft to match. This resource also includes a How to Make a Gingerbread Man Writing option, so you get two products in one package!
If I Lived in a Snow Globe
Snow Globe writing is a fun winter activity, too! This If I lived in a Snow Globe resource includes no prep custom writing templates for students to respond to the prompt. Take your students’ pictures, add them to the globes, and you’ve got the best winter scene!
Last on the list is another cold weather craftivity – Marshmallow Math! Students work on number composition and addition to add quantities of two colors of marshmallows. They also work on color word writing, number writing, and fine motor skills to create their cocoa cup. Check it out…
I hope this post has provided some inspiration for your own December Bulletin Boards! Some of these can even be used in January and February if you don’t have time to get to all of them. Enjoy!
If you use any of these resources in your classroom, I would love to see a pic. Please tag me on Instagram @kindergartenkornerbycasey or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.