In this Edutopia article, Anne O' Brien shares with us how to strike the right balance with celebrating the religious holidays in the classroom. Teachers also install tolerance into their students, and the holiday season is the perfect time to do it, while also having the momentum of education and festive spirit.
Why not organize your class to make UNICEF cards for pen pals abroad? The humanitarian aspect of donating to a charity and connecting with international friends is a fantastic groundwork for making your students more compassionate
There are plenty of things you can do with Christmas carols in your English classroom. Timeout has provided the ultimate list. You can print it out with gaps so that your pupils write down the missing words, you can organize a lovely choir or musical play where their talents will literally come alive.
The website, Rotten Tomatoes, has listed 25 best Christmas movies. Why not play some of them this winter season? Using subtitles or not is your option, yet bear in mind that you can also encourage little bees to improve their spelling knowledge.
Imagine 50 Christmas Lesson Plans in one place! The website ESL Flow has provided all busy teachers with outstanding resources that are incredibly useful and spark creativity into every day lives of the teachers.