These are wooden ornaments from Michael's. I got them from a donation a few years ago and I pull them out and let the kids choose each year. I used them all this year, so next year I'll come up with something new! :)
When we wrap them, we simply put them in a white lunch bag with tissue paper from the Dollar Tree. I die cut some trees with scrapbook paper and let the kids choose one to glue to the front. We also put a label that said Merry Christmas Love, Student Name.
Beaded ornaments anyone? I LOVE them! I just discovered that the tri beads are cheaper at AC Moore if you do these. I totally recommend it. Also, get the Retail Me Not app on your phone for a coupon!
We My amazing assistant counted out and pre-bagged the beads for the ornaments. I gave them a plate to put their beads in so they don't go all over the place and mix with their friends. (I learned this the hard way a few years ago!) We save the plate and the Ziplock bags for other projects as well.
So you know how I posted that Jolly was taking a break from our class for a day? The kids missed her dearly on Thursday and got their act together, so she came back today and brought with her a Naughty and Nice list. She even laminated it so Ms. Moore and I could write on it with a dry erase marker. Today was a MUCH better day! :)
All of these activities I have been posting come from my Christmas Around the World Pack. You won't be disappointed if you like crafts!
On to the 13 days of Christmas!
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Have a great weekend!