2021 Happy New Year Monster Party

It’s time to celebrate the New Year in our online teaching classrooms. The monster family is celebrating with a party. Enjoy these six printable stars, printable coloring page, and digital backgrounds for your online classroom. Enjoy! Happy New year!

New Year Party Monsters

I will print on cardstock since they will be used for a short time. I will award my student in class and click the star button to reward at the same time.

Look at these fun monsters! Happy Teaching

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Coloring Printable

Color with your online teaching students and use this fun printable. This is a one page PDF. I will place on a clip board and hold up to the camera and ask the student to choose a color to color each number and each set of balloons. So fun!

Get the printable PDF coloring page here.

Digital Green Screen Backgrounds and Stars

Check out the shared drive in ManyCam Kindergarten for access to green screen backgrounds and digital PNG files of the stars. Visit the group here. Click on the Announcements to find the shared drive with FREE resources.

Christmas Tradition, Chinese Apples

Many of your online students will know about Christmas and be familiar. Different decorations will be in stores and shopping malls in large cities.

Last Christmas, a parent sent me a video of a sleigh and reindeer traveling on a wire from two buildings. Santa was waving at the crowd too.

Celebrate with your student in class and gift with this apple. The words on the apple say, “Merry Christmas.”

The Christmas apple is gifted in a box or wrapped in cellophane. It is often a gift for someone you love and decorated on the box with hearts or bows.

It would be a wonderful gesture to give this to a family member in your online classroom.

Get a printed apple with lettering for you to gift. Click here for the printable.

Get the digital image in the group, ManyCam Kindergarten. Click on Announcements, Find the Drive Link, and open PNG, Christmas.

Santa’s Friends

Meg, Mike and Dino are Santa’s favorite friends. Here are some printable goodies to help you celebrate this year. I am getting ready for some holiday fun in my classroom. I hope you are too.

Decorations-Banner of Stockings

Here are some letters for teachers with VIPKID. I love these on stockings. These are two pages. I will print these, laminate, and cut close. I will use a hole puncher and yarn to string.

Grab this printable here.

Dino’s Best Friends are here!

Here is a one page printable with Meg, Mike and Dino with Santa Hats. They are Santa’s favorite friends. I will print these and use them for resources popsicle stick props for the month. How fun!

Grab this printable here.

Last year’s BANG Up GOOD IDEA!

Last Christmas I used a fidget spinner game in my classroom. I created the printable for this game with the Meg, Mike, and Dino in the image above.

Here is a video on how to do it. Please excuse this video….it is from a newbie on YOUTUBE. Sorry….you have to start somewhere.

Get the printables and read last year’s blog post here.

Thanksgiving Table, FREEbie

It’s time for a feast. If you are celebrating in America this holiday, this printable is so fun to use in your online classroom. I love this set for teaching about the meal and some names of the food items.

I bet your student doesn’t know about turkey! Have fun teaching them using this too.

Assembly Instructions

This is best printed, laminated, and assembled with velcro. I enjoy smaller pieces assembled and stuck on the background. Add some extra pieces on back of this background and add them to the table

Classroom Use

I will start with the table empty and say, “In America we are having a festival. It is called Thanksgiving. We will celebrate with a special dinner with family. We will eat many things. “

As I take a brain break in class or reward a star, I will add an item to the table. I will say, “This is turkey.” I will use TPR to ask the student to repeat TURKEY.

Get this fun printable here.

Turkey Walk and Pumpkin Reward, FREE PDF

It’s time for some turkeys! Yes, these turkeys love to take a walk on a lovely fall day. I love these images of realistic turkeys. I have paired these with pumpkins. Here is some FALL perfection! We sure love Turkey at Thanksgiving time. Did you know?

Around 46 million turkeys are eaten around Thanksgiving, according to the US Poultry and Egg Association. That’s around as many turkeys as the entire population of Spain.

Did you know that our students in China are not familiar with turkeys? In fact, turkey meat in China is all imported and very expensive. I had one of my online students tell me that turkey was a BIG chicken.

I’ve included in this printable helpful images to help teach the vocabulary words. I will teach that in November in America (holding up my American flag) we eat:


Pumpkin Pie

Online Class Assembly

I like this laminated with magnets. I will print the turkey and pumpkins and laminate them. I will cut them close and place the magnets on the back.

I will print the background on a regular piece of paper to make a scene. I will put this on a magnetic baking sheet.

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Halloween Jack-O-Lantern, FREE Printable

It’s Halloween time and this week is a classic. Enjoy this two page PDF printable with resources for sharing the holiday with your students. I will share with my students beginning on October 25th, 2020 all the way to Sunday, November 1st.

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Halloween Trick or Treat Doors, FREEbie

It’s time for some Trick or Treat fun. I just love this reward and it is super fun to use in class. I will use this the week of Halloween in my online class and continue with a bucket and real candy for later on that week. Have fun!


  • I will laminated and then cut close all the items on page 2.
  • I will laminate page one doors and cut slits for the doors to open and open. Cut the doors across the top, right side, and bottom. I will use a razor knife
  • Attach magnets on the back of the doors, corners of page one, and on each item on page two.
  • Attach page one doors to a magnet board. I like baking sheets from dollar stores. Keep other items separate.

Classroom Use:

Set up the game board on a magnetic surface and place an item behind each door. Hold up the game to the camera and tell the student we will go trick or treating. Teach a little song, “Knock, Knock…trick or treat.. Give me something good to eat.” Ask student to chose a door to open by number. Open the door and reveal a candy or other item. Sound effects are fun! The more spookier the better. For example: for bombs, I will OOOOOH, KABOOM. Have fun!

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Fall Harvest-Printable, FREEbie

Happy Fall to you! I am excited for all things FALL. Let’s bring on the pumpkin spice. Please enjoy this fall harvest reward. This is great for this season and for units on the farm.

Assembly Instruction

I print this out, laminate, cut and assemble. I like this set up with velcro because it keeps all the pieces together. I place 1/2 inch velcro dots on the harvest items and then place on the background. I place extra pieces on the back with velcro.

Online Classroom Use

At the start of class say, “Today we will celebrate on the farm. We will earn many things on the farm.” As a brain break in class, I will show an item and add the the background. I will teach the vocabulary word and a sentence. “Scarecrow.” “This is a scarecrow.” If you online classroom portal has a star system. I click the star and say, “Hooray, you get a scarecrow star!”

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