My 7-year-old daughter absolutely loved the Fall File Folder Word Wall! She worked on it off & on for several weeks, then promptly asked me if there would be a Christmas version.
Well, of course there will be!
Christmas Word Wall in a File Folder
If you’re unfamiliar, a Word Wall is a fun way to practice vocabulary words about a particular topic, season, or holiday.
For young readers, it can be an excellent way to identify and practice spelling those frequent words.
Since we have minimal wall space in our school room, I decided to put the concept of a Word Wall in a file folder – and it’s been a big success!
Instead of placing words on a traditional word wall – a bulletin board or pocket chart – I created a Word Wall that she can glue inside of a file folder.
It’s compact and portable – win-win!
What’s Included in the Christmas File Folder Word Wall
Usually, the File Folder Word Walls that I create have two lists of vocabulary words and 10 activity pages.
This Christmas Word Wall only has 1 list and 8 printable activity pages.
Also, please note that this Christmas Word Wall contains only vocabulary words that relate to Christ’s birth.
In this Christmas Word Wall packet, you’ll find:
→ 1 colorful list of Christmas words – all vocabulary words are related to the birth of Christ
→ 1 Colorful cover page and 1 Black & White cover page
→ Christmas File Folder Tab – glue on for easy recognition
→ ABC Order – choose 6 words from the list and alphabetize
→Writing Sentences – use the given Christmas words and write your own sentence; includes 2 pages
→ Picture Matching – match each picture with the correct word from the list; includes 2 pages
→ Seek and Find! – use the words from the list to answer the questions
→ Syllables – use the word wall to write words with the same number of syllables
→ Beginning Letters – write the words from the list that have the same beginning letters
Complete instructions for assembly are included in the download, as well as a few tips.
Click here to purchase Christmas File Folder Word Wall:
Looking for Christmas Books? Here are a few of our favorites!
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Click here to see a complete list of our favorite Christmas books that we read each year!
The Year of the Perfect Christmas Tree by Gloria Houston is one of our favorites we’ve read over and over!
In fact, it took me reading it the first 100 times to not cry! This is such a tender story and is sure to touch the hearts of you and your children.
The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey by Susan Wojchehowski is also another Christmas book that doesn’t grow old!
This book has a great message of hope after grief and presents the birth of Jesus in a beautiful way.
Apple Tree Christmas by Trinka Hakes Noble was the first Christmas book that whetted our appetites for rich, classic stories.
This is a moving story of how a father turned a hard situation into a beautiful gift. My children turn to this story time and time again.