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How Santa Got His Job by Stephen Krensky

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Published by Aladdin .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children: Grades 2-3,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Fiction,
  • Business, Careers, Occupations,
  • Holidays & Celebrations - Christmas & Advent,
  • Humorous Stories,
  • Juvenile Fiction / Holidays & Festivals / Christmas,
  • Holidays & Celebrations - Christmas

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsS.D. Schindler (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7729844M
ISBN 100689846681
ISBN 109780689846687

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So Santa tried just about everything — from a chimney sweep to a postman to a circus performer. But none of these worked out. It wasn't until he met a group of elves who helped him use all his special talents, that Santa was able to find his dream job. How Santa Got His Job by Stephen Krensky and S.D. Schindler. 6 Total Resources 1 Awards View Text Complexity Discover Like Books Name Pronunciation with Stephen Krensky; Grade; PK-5; Genre; Holiday; Humor. When Santa was younger and wanted a job, nobody was on the lookout for a person in a pink go well with to ship presents on Christmas. So Santa tried nearly every part — from a chimney sweep to a postman to a circus performer. How Santa Got His Job Santa discovered new things he was interested in, or good at doing, in each of his jobs. Draw a line to match Santa’s new interests or skills with the job where he discovered it. One job may match more than one interest or skill. Staying clean when going down chimneys. What interest led Santa to choose his jobs?File Size: KB.

  I was so excited that our recent book order came in because I order a copy of the companion book How Santa Lost His Job by Stephen Krensky.I am thinking about maybe creating a STEM lesson to go with that book, but it's a bit difficult to do something like that in a 30 minute time period (including check out), so I may have to think that one through for next year.   This is the story of How Santa Got His Job for kids. When Santa Claus was a young man, he went out looking for a job. Santa wanted no part of desks or offices. He liked to stay on the move. His first job was cleaning chimneys. Santa was sure-footed even on steepest roofs and he loved twisting through the tight spaces.   Read this cute book to find out! I’ve given you sequencing AND cause and effect activities in this download. Your kids will love using the book to figure out the answers. Dec 3, – How Santa Got His Job — Freebies for Cause and Effect. Reply. Nancy says. Novem at pm. I tried, and I'm unable to get the link to. Santa tries his hand at many jobs before finding the perfect job as the world's greatest gift giver. * Age * 32 pages * Soft Cover * x 27 cm * Quantity Limited. How Santa Got His Job - Book.

Santa has the best job he can think of -- brining presents each Christmas to children all around the world. Every year he prepares for his trip: He trims his beard, takes a bath, gets dressed, and packs up his sleigh fort he long night ahead. But there are always a few unexpected delays that make things a little hectic/5(38).   Stephen Krensky is the author of more than a hundred books for children, including How Santa Got His Job (an ALA Notable Book) and Big Bad Wolves at School. He and his wife, Joan, live in Lexington, Massachusetts. You can visit him at 5/5(2).   After reading How Santa Got His Job and How Santa Lost his Job by Stephen Krensky, my students completed “Substitute Santa Job Applications.” Click the pictures below to hop over to my blog and download the job applications. I have included two free versions: one easy and one challenging, with more writing. Students will listen to the story, How Santa Got His Job, by Stephen Krensky and identify the many different problems that Santa had with all of his different jobs. The download includes a book discussion guide and a printable activity. The printable activity comes in four differentiated formats.4/5(43).