An Elf for Santa Mini-Pack! & Cyber Sale!

Tonight I will be busy planning the month of December for my class.  I *love* Christmas lesson plans and like to make each week up until Christmas a special “theme.”  Here are my rough draft themes so far:
Week of November 26th – Persuasive Christmas Elves
Week of December 3rd  – Elf on the Shelf begins and Hot Chocolate Theme Day
Week of December 10th – Christmas Around the World
Week of December 17th – Finish Christmas Around the World Activities and a  
                                              Rudolph/Reindeer theme day!
To go along with my theme for this coming week, I whipped up this little mini-unit yesterday while my husband was watching some football.  It is a 5 day mini-unit on persuasive writing. There are some great read alouds to  go with it!  Students will create a list of elf jobs, choose an elf job they want to be hired for at the North Pole, plan and write a persuasive letter, complete an official “Elf Resume” and even receive a congratulatory note from Santa at the end of the week that tells them they’ve been hired! They will end the unit by writing a final letter to Santa, telling him all about their “first day at work” in the North Pole.    I can’t wait to use this with my students this week!  

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  1. This looks fantastic…oh how I wish I'd been home earlier! We do a great job with narrative, but need extra practice with persuasive, which can be tricky to think of the reasons why you should do something.

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