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HOLIDAY/CHARACTER ED
"Joyful to our Ears" Ornaments

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: Nibley, Utah
Date Submitted: April 18, 2001

At the beginning of December I put up an artificial Christmas tree in the classroom. I then cut out a round ornament for each students out of red and green construction paper. I write each students' name on the top and pass them out. In an orderly manner, the ornaments are then passed around and other students are given the opportunity to write a one word adjective that describes that person such as, "friendly", "outgoing", or "kind". We then put ornament hooks on them and hang them on our class tree all month long.

     
 

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