Top 5 Holiday Classroom Activities for Teachers

One of the biggest holidays of the year is just around the corner and if you are celebrating and school is still in session, here are some fun arts and crafts, classroom ideas teachers may like to do with their students this week.

These different activities are designed to also boost creativity and knowledge, as well as be interactive and joyous. Feel free to adjust the theme to make it more suitable for your class.

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Top 14 Classroom Ideas for Thanksgiving 2022

classroom tips for thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is fast approaching. That one time of the year when teachers all across America can think of fun Thanksgiving activities for their students. It that will definitely put them into the holiday mood! 

Many different Thanksgiving activities can be done during class time. We wanted to share our top classroom activities you can do with your students. From elementary to high school, bringing some fall excitement into your school.

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Upcoming feature: Teacher Pages

Our next feature that’s coming up real soon is Teacher Pages. Through Teacher Pages, teachers can connect with their classes for each subject that they teach. Teachers will be able to create and share rich content e.g. post a message and introduce a topic to the class, share links to material available on the Internet like a TED Talk video, a wikipedia article or a video from the Khan Academy, etc.

Students (and maybe parents too) of the class will then be able to connect through their respective portals and share their thoughts as well. Hopefully, the Teacher Pages feature will encourage discussions and exchange of ideas that ultimately enhances the classroom learning experience.

We are very excited about this new feature and we’ll share more details once the feature’s released.

UPDATED May 3, 2013:

The Teacher Pages module had been released, but it has been renamed to “Class Discussions”. We will be posting it on our blog in the next few days. You can turn it on via the “Features” page. Let us know what you think about it.

UPDATED May 6, 2013:

Online Class Discussions now LIVE!