Bells Misc. Ideas & Links
Slip three or four medium to large jingle bells on a two inch binder ring
office supply stores). Snap the ring closed and you are ready for
some jingle bell fun.
Instead of using binger rings, you can also use a pipe cleaner.
After adding the jingle bells, bend the pipe cleaner into a bracelet shape.
Near the beginning of December we have the
paper chains with enough links to make one for each day leading
Christmas. (Sometimes we have to help them a little to get enough
We attach the chains to a paper bell to which we attach the
How many days till Christmas?
It's mighty hard to tell
Take off a link every night
When the Sandman cast his spell
And Christmas Eve will be here
By the time you reach the bell.
The children take the chains home and are told to take off
one link every night to count down the days until Christmas.
Using the Polar express is also good for bells.
I found some really cute silver bells at dollar tree.
The kids each get a ticket to ride the polar express. I put a note on the
pack to parents telling
them to have children come to school that day in Pj's. Chairs are set up
like a train with a bell
taped to the bottom of each. Hot Coco & mini donuts and the story the
polar express are a must.
Listen to music that features bells as a
"Carol of the Bells" is a popular example.
During snack, let your children take turns being
a waiter. Have
the other children call the waiter to the table by ringing a bell.
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Thanks for sharing all your great ideas!