December Holiday Lesson Plans

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  • Beanie Baby Prices Soar - During December 1997, The Washington Post published an article about the debut of the Princess Beanie Baby. A Beanie Baby retailer, interviewed by the Post, indicated there was strong demand for the new stuffed animal.
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  1. December Days: Ten Activities to Celebrate a Month of Special Days! - The holiday season is upon us! Whether you observe Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, or all of these, the Web is your source for holiday cheer. How do you make soofganiyot?
  2. December: A Month of Multicultural Holiday Celebrations - Do your students celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or Three Kings Day? Maybe they celebrate St. Lucia Day or Ramadan.
  3. Does December Spell "Dilemma" In Your School? - Emphasize holiday education instead of celebration for a peaceful season.
  4. Emphasize the Giving -- Not the Getting -- This Holiday Season - Are your students too focused on the "gimme" elements of the holiday season? Teach about the true meaning of the season by emphasizing the giving over the getting.
  5. Holidays Around The World - A look at many different cultures.
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  7. Intro. to Holidays in December - Students will learn what the three main holidays celebrated in the month of December are.(Christmas, Hanukkah ,Kwanzaa) -Students will learn the names of these three holidays & will be expected to know the correct spelling of each.
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  9. Moon Over Mecca - Create a portrait representing Ramadan with the phases of the moon.
  10. Ramadan (Islamic Holiday) - Learn about Ramadan, a month-long observance celebrated by Muslims around the world.
  11. Signing Times Volume 4 Family Fun and Feelings - Model signing vocabulary to use in the Silly Pizza Song and In a House song.
  12. The Whole World Celebrated Christmas! Right? - This lesson is for use during the weeks before the Christmas break. This will be great for middle school students. It is a comparison of the other religious holidays that are celebrated around this same time of year.