This pack is a combination of my other three Christmas packs: my Christmas Literacy Pack, Christmas Math Pack, and Christmas Fun Pack. I am offering it at a discounted price to those who are interested in purchasing all three. It contains a variety of Christmas activities and printables in all of the areas mentioned.
Page 5: Christmas Gifts Page. Students compare giving and receiving gifts by illustrating and writing about something they would like to get for Christmas and something they would like to give for Christmas.
Page 6: Christmas Madlib Story. Students come up with silly nouns and verbs to fill in the blanks, creating a humorous retelling of a traditional Christmas story.
Pages 7-11: Christmas Writing Prompts. Students can follow the prompts to illustrate and write a variety of Christmas-themed stories such as “What fell out of Santa’s bag?” and “What are the elves making?”.
Pages 12-13: Christmas Word Search. Students search for common Christmas words. (Page 11 is the answer key.)
Page 14: Sounds of Christmas. Students must listen for the missing sounds in Christmas words to discover what letter goes in the empty circles.
Page 15: ABC Order Presents. Students cut out the presents and glue them back onto the page in correct ABC order.
Pages 16-17: Christmas Words. Students see how many words they can find using the letters in the words “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays”. This can be a solo or partner activity.
Pages 18-19: Color by Number Pages. Students must solve addition problems before they can color the picture using the correct colors.
Pages 20-21: Even & Odd Santa Maze. Students color in the even numbers to make a path to the Christmas toys. (Page 6 is the answer key.)
Pages 22-23: Sorting Toys from Least to Greatest. Students help the elves sort toys for Santa’s sleigh by putting them in order from least to greatest. (Page 8 is the answer key.)
Pages 24-25: Favorite Christmas Morning Activity Tally and Graphing. Students vote on their favorite Christmas morning activity and then tally & graph the class results.
Page 26: Santa’s Beard Countdown. Students count down the days until Christmas by gluing a cotton ball onto Santa’s beard each day.
Pages 27-28: Match the time. Students draw hands on clocks to match the digital time. (Page 12 is time to the half hour, and page 13 is time to the quarter hour.)
Pages 29-31: Christmas Coloring Pages. Cute Christmas pages that can be colored as a morning work page or a fast finisher.
Pages 32-34: Christmas Bingo. Students create their own Bingo boards and then play Christmas Bingo during a class party or game day.
Pages 35-51: Write Around the Room. The teacher posts the labeled pictures around the room before school starts. The students then take their writing paper (page 14) and do a little “treasure hunt” around the room to find all of the pictures and write the corresponding words on their papers.
Pages 52-53: Snowman Glyph. Students answer holiday questions and then design a snowman according to their answers.