Holiday Traditions Flip Book




Teaching about holidays is a great opportunity for students to learn about different cultures and traditions from their classmates, whether they celebrate the same holiday or different ones. But it can be tricky - I will never forget my first year of teaching elementary school when I had children who were Christian, Muslim and Jehovah's Witness in one small class.
I wanted to share a fun writing activity that will get all kids writing, no what what holiday they celebrate.  This can done in class or taken home to be complete with family.

I will list the steps to below for easy to follow directions :)

Step 1: Fill out the Graphic Organizer. It may be helpful to have kids share aloud to remind others of their own celebrations. This is also a good time to remind them of the meaning of the word "tradition."


Step 2: Students will fill out the sheets provided for their flip book: "My Holiday", "Decorations", "Food" and "Traditions". Instructions are included for the students that explain how to cut and staple their flip books. (It's pretty easy - Just cut out each page along the black line, place each page on top of each other from biggest to smallest, and staple three times across the top.)



Step 3: Student can color their flip books and share with the class! These books also make a nice gift for the students' families.


Click here for your FREE "Holiday Traditions Flip Book."

This Holiday Traditions Flip Book is also a nice addition to my Holidays Around the World Unit (Print and Go).



I hope you enjoy the freebie! 



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4 comments

  1. Great resource! Glad to be blog hopping with you! -Betsy (Spark Creativity)

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  2. That's a nice way to meet the needs of a diverse classroom - thank you for sharing!

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  3. Love this! Using it this week. Such a great way to open up conversations.

    Jessica

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  4. Your stuff is always so engaging and great for my higher functioning students. I love this flip book, and so will my kiddos. Thanks for sharing.

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