I’m trying to get back into the swing of things post-Christmas and am clearly still in a holidaze over here. Patting myself on the back for dressing my kiddos in something besides footie jammies and getting a shower today, so #winning. If that’s all I accomplish today, we’ll call it a success. The good news is that we’re clear out of cheddar sausage balls over here, so at least we’re rid of one seasonal food that was taunting me from the kitchen. (I think I ate twenty on Christmas day.) Now if that pumpkin roll would just roll its way out of our fridge and not into my mouth, maybe I’ll be able to fit into something besides my stretchiest leggings come January 1st.
I know you don’t really want to think about school just yet, especially if you’re still riding the Struggle Sleigh like I am, BUT…truth be told, you will have to teach in January, so I wanted to show you some fun new anchor charts and class posters for the themes you’ll teach early on in the new year!
First up is New Year! This little firework display is perfect for sharing your students’ resolutions.
I just adore this little penguin! He will look even cuter when your kiddos add their fun facts about him to his white belly!
Do you study snow? Adorn this snowy window with ‘flake facts!’
This one is my favorite! It’s an ENORMOUS icicle for sharing all about winter! Hand out pieces of the icicle to small groups and then assemble and share out as a whole class! FUN AND EASY! And, it’ll also be taller than some of your students!
Lastly, there’s our frigid friend, The Polar Bear, peeking out onto his poster 😉 #ilovealliteration
If you love making anchor charts and class posters for your classroom, then be sure to check out this set! Your students will love to make help you make them, and they will be a fun addition to your classroom walls or hallway displays!
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Happy teaching! Or eating cheddar sausage balls…or pumpkin roll. Whatever!