98 x CHRISTMAS CLIPART IMAGES
(49 colour / 49 black and white)
- Images depicting 49 different Christmas words - from our Christmas Words and Pictures
- In high quality jpg format...
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Christmas Clipart Suggestions for Use (Taken from Christmas Words)
Children make up a Christmas Scene with all the pictures and write a Christmas story about their scene.
Use the words for examples of phonics - Match with Phonics Charts- 'ee' reindeer, greetings, tree / 'y' 'ey' turkey, donkey, Mary, holly, party, chimney, family, Merry, nativity / 'ar' cards, star, party / 'ing' greetings, pudding, giving, stockings
Make mini copies of these words for children to become 'word detectives' and play with the laminated words - circling, colouring phonics etc. These smaller sizes are great for cut and paste activities such as cutting out the words and pasting them in alphabetical order.
Use these words (either smaller words for gluing, or as a reference for their own writing) with the concept book - ' It must be Christmas '.
Play BINGO using these words as call cards for Christmas Bingo Game
Brainstorm more Christmas words to add to the list.
Print out the bright copies, glue them onto colourful backing card - laminate and display on Christmas bulletin boards. These are then ready for children to refer to during Christmas writing sessions.
Make a Christmas Alphabet Book using the template from ' My Alphabet Book ' - children place a Christmas word on each page.
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