Seasonal Blog Posts

Welcome to our seasonal activities blog index page, where you can find all our blog posts for upper elementary teachers on various seasonal topics. Teaching can be challenging, especially when you must keep your students interested and motivated throughout the year. That’s why we’ve created a range of blog posts to help you celebrate holidays, special days, and days of celebration with your students.

Whether you are looking for ideas to celebrate holidays such as Christmas and Halloween, special days such as Groundhog Day and April Fool’s Day, or national and worldwide days of celebration such as World Smile Day and King Tut Day, we have some seasonal activities for you. You can find fun and educational activities, games, crafts, books, videos, and more to make these days memorable and meaningful for your students.

You can also browse our blog posts on seasonal activities that enhance your curriculum, such as The Man Who Walked Between the Towers Book Study, which teachers might add to their study of 9/11, and Teaching Students about Kindness, which works well for Valentine’s Day or World Kindness Day. These activities will help your students develop essential skills such as reading comprehension, critical thinking, empathy, and social responsibility.

Our blog posts are designed to provide engaging, creative, and educational resources you can use in your classroom. We hope you enjoy reading them and find them helpful. Happy teaching!

Recent Seasonal Posts

Check out the seasonal post archives by topics for even more great ideas.

Gay Miller

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