I love about turning them on and seeing them shine.
I shared this post two years ago, and I wanted to share it again in case you didn't see it, because this first activity is still one of my all time favorites. It's magical! I updated all the links so they work.
I used this fabulous Christmas Lights Pattern by Meredith Fitzhenry that she shared at her TPT store. Thank you, Meredith!
After the children discovered their secret words and read them to me, they wrote them on their paper.
I also enlarged Meredith's paper not quite so big and made some number papers for my little ones who still need some number recognition practice.
We followed this activity up by closing the shades and reading this sweet book that lights up.
Here are some other fun Christmas light crafts I found!
These sponge painted Christmas lights are from No Time for Flash Cards.
Meet the Dubiens shared these adorable thumbprint Christmas lights.
Motherhood on a Dime shared this sweet activity! YES I do have an old Lite Brite. The kids would love this.
Here are some other TPT Christmas light freebies you may like!
This Christmas Light Pattern Sheet is by BB Kidz. This would be a fun center or morning work lesson.
I like this Number Order Christmas Lights activity by MK Bolinder.
Fa La La La Lights is a fun ordering number activity by Kim Berger. She also included some Christmas light ten frames.
FlapJack Educational Resources shared a Smartboard Activity called Comparing Groups Christmas Style. I can't wait to try it. What a fun way to teach greater than and less than!
I love this cute Christmas Tree Light Match Up Activity from Love to Learn.
This cute Christmas Lights Alphabet Bingo game is from Maddie M.
Mrs. Hoffer's Spot has some great sight word lights with her Find the Ornaments Game.
This Colorful Christmas Lights paper from Made By Teachers would be another great morning work activity. My kids still need some practice with their color words.
Mrs. Quinn has this great I See Christmas Lights Emergent Reader.
Look at these cute tangled lights cupcakes from I Am Baker. I may even be able to make those!
Thank you for stopping by!