Free Tips and December Resources for Teachers

Free tips, holiday printables, Christmas resources, seasonal book lists and more for busy elementary school teachers for a stress-free December. Happy Holidays from The Clutter-Free Classroom

I've been working harder than Santa on Christmas Eve getting ready for the month of December. I even made a HUGE freebie chock full of tips and printables. Have you downloaded it yet? 

Also, I have some pretty exciting news!

I know the tireless hours that you will spend this holiday season teaching and pouring into the hearts and minds of everyone but yourself. This Christmas, some of my virtual colleagues and I are looking to lighten the load for 4 lucky winners! I have teamed up with a WONDERFUL group of sellers and we will be awarding 4- $100 gift cards! To be entered in this giveaway, follow the link below!

REMEMBER: Each entry counts as ONE entry. The more steps that you complete, the higher your chances are of winning!!

Raffle CLOSES: Wednesday, December 6th at 12AM

In order to win, you must be able to verify that you are a classroom teacher or home educator. 

And now on to the FREEBIE for all...







 

It's just my way of saying thanks for all you do as teachers and my hope is that it will make the month of December be less crazy and more joyful for you. Please feel free to share the link with your colleagues or pin it to Pinterest using this link to help other teachers like you: PIN TO SHARE


Free tips, holiday printables, Christmas resources, seasonal book lists and more for busy elementary school teachers for a stress-free December. Happy Holidays from The Clutter-Free Classroom

While I am proud of all of my December resources, I am most excited about the makeover the very popular Family Dinner Conversation Starters Holiday Gift to Parents received.





This is easily one of my personal favorite creations and it brings me such joy to know so many teachers are using it to help their students' families strengthen their connections and open the lines of communications.

The short summary is this...each student creates a can of conversation prompts as a holiday present to their families. It still has those sweet personal touches like the child's drawing, coloring, and handwriting. However, unlike a keepsake that gets stored away, this little treasure is used nightly to prompt the student to share details about his day.

We use it in our house and it always makes for the best dinners. I truly get so much more information from my children with these prompts. It is low cost to and very easy to create. You'll be amazed at the feedback you receive from your families after sending it home.

If you already purchased the Family Dinner Conversation Starter Gift for Parents in the past simply go to your "my purchases" folder and redownload it to access the new and improved version at no additional cost.

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