Christmas in the Classroom
Three Reasons to Use the Silent Night Christmas Theme in Your Classroom
Provide Lesson Reinforcement
Some teachers may enjoy using the classic Christmas hymn, Silent Night, written by Josef Mohr in 1818, to teach youngsters about the nativity of the Lord. We kept that in mind when designing these materials. As children see the characters and text from the song lyrics, they can review parts of the beautiful account of the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ over two thousand years ago. And for those who enjoy singing or are unfamiliar with this popular song, we’ve even included a fun, two-verse lyric sheet for Silent Night.
Create a Unique Learning Area
This collection of thematic printables can build a sense of excitement and cohesion in the classroom. Children will enjoy seeing matching characters across various resources, including posters, puzzle sheets, decorations, and more.
It Is Easy to Do!
Teachers and educators are really busy at this time of year. Not only do they have to do report cards or show proof of learning, but they have less time to do it because of additional holiday activities and an upcoming break from classes. The Silent Night printables can help to make decorating the classroom fun, easier, and less stressful. Not to mention, many of the pieces are easy to store in a shoebox and page protectors in a folder. It is easy to get students involved in preparing the classroom when it is part of art skill development. Kids can help color in posters as an art activity, or they can decorate and make paper chains and Christmas ornaments for the classroom Christmas tree!
It’s So Easy!