Newsletters / Oct 20, 2020
ClassTag Gazette: October 2020
Happy October! Fall breeze, autumn leaves! Or is it stressed, blessed and pumpkin-obsessed? Either way, grab…
Easing back into the swing of things after winter break can be tough. The pressure of standardized testing is right around the corner and the magic of the holidays (and a needed break) has faded.
That doesn’t mean that the second half of the year shouldn’t be just as educational and fun as the first! And, your classroom decor doesn’t need to suffer either! Here are some fun winter crafts to keep your classroom decor interesting and to get your students back into a school routine.
Just a little secret: all of these can be created by using items from ClassTag Rewards! No need to hurt your budget to make your classroom eye-poppingly awesome!
Snowflakes, snowmen and snowball fights! Here’s a simple project to keep students warm while they think about all the fun they get to have outside! <Click here>
These little popsicle stick snowman are perfect for a class bulletin board! Simple to make, these will be a hit with your snow-crazed students! <Click here>
Want to offload some of those extra gift wrapping supplies you bought? These eye-catching stained glass mittens are a perfect solution! <Click here>
Kids would agree that hot chocolate is the best drink on a cold day! These little hot cocoa mug crafts are a perfect way to warm up your classroom while your kids are learning! <Click here>
If you ‘heart’ penguins, this is the perfect project for your class! This is a great way to teach symmetry while making an adorable penguin made of hearts! <Click here>
Don’t forget to take a look at the Winter Craft Rewards we’ve added! Remember: Rewards are earned when you interact with parents through announcements, activities, photos and more! If you have any questions head on over to our help page: How do I earn ClassTag Rewards?
We love seeing your awe-inspiring classrooms, so feel free to send or post a pictures of your winter crafts!
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