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Christmas - 12 Math tasks
170 pages + 126 pages for a ‘save my ink’ version
Keep your students engaged and learning in the lead up to Christmas. Explore number with these 12 Christmas Math Centres.
Color copy and laminate all the cards. There are two sets. Use as flash cards to trust the count and
How many presents are needed?
Sequence the sacks in order of number then put the number of presents in the right bag
Which sack has more presents?
Set One – green background is 0-20
Set Two – red background 0-100
Color copy, laminate and cut. Place the signs in the correct place
Color copy and laminate the cards
Place the missing elf in the correct spot
Cookies on a plate
Color copy and laminate the plates and cookies.
Copy as many cookie pages as you think you will need
Roll a dice and show the number by placing cookies on the plate
Roll 2 dice and add the two collections of cookies. Record the equation on a small whiteboard
Skip Counting sacks
Color copy and laminate the plates and cookies. Copy as many cookie pages as you think you will need. Display the A-Z cards around the room and use the recording sheet to write your answer
Roll and cover
Use a 6 sided dice - roll and cover
There are three additional sets that ask you to +1, +2and double the number rolled
Color copy and laminate. Each set of six snowmen belong together but need to be placed in a sequence. Watch – out they are sneaky snowman!
How many lights are working?
Work out how many lights are working? Read the equations and use the lights like a number line.
Record your answer on the answer sheet.
When is Santa Coming?
Color copy and laminate, One set is o’clock, One set is half past
Spread them out and match the correct labels
Count the items and graph
Use the colored picture to graph the data and then formulate 10 questions to get a buddy to solve
Groups of cutlery
Roll a dice (6 -10 -12 sided) if you roll a 3 – you need three sets of cutlery and then you need to work out that 3 x 3 = 9 pieces of cutlery