In this pack I have included a lot of different elements for all age levels and skill levels, but it is best suited for the grade ranges of PreK through 5th Grade. Some of the included elements are for language arts, math, writing, and music appreciation are…
Themed Lyrics Activities
While listening to the song the Twelve Days of Christmas I created some activities based on the lyrics of the Twelve Days of Christmas song. You can practice the lyrics, trace them, and have fun learning the words to the Twelve Days of Christmas.
Themed Listening Skills Activities
Included is a lesson on music appreciation to help your student learn more about music then just listening to the words. Other elements also teach the importance of the music as well.
Themed Writing Practice and Fun
The Twelve Days of Christmas song itself yields itself quite nicely to themed writing practices and fun. I have included a variety of writing and grammar skilled themed to the lyrics of the Twelve Days of Christmas.
Cost Analysis of the Twelve Days of Christmas
Have you ever wondered how much the true love mentioned in the story actually paid for all the gifts? I have included some worksheets on the costs of the Twelve Days of Christmas for practicing your math skills.
Themed Mathematical Word Problems
Since the lyrics of the Twelve Days of Christmas are essentially one big word problem I have included themed word problems for each of the Twelve Days of Christmas.
Themed Crossword Puzzles
The Twelve Days of Christmas lyrics have a lot of great elements that can be used for vocabulary words. I have created some crossword puzzles that utilize the lyrics of the Twelve Days of Christmas.
Themed Trace Work Pages
What would the Twelve Days of Christmas be like without some fun for the younger learners too, right? I have included themed trace pages for each of the days of the Twelve Days of Christmas.
For the younger learners I have also included some fun Twelve Days of Christmas puzzle to help them practice their fine motor skills. Whether you laminate them and use them over and over, or use them once, each puzzle should provide lots of fun for your early learner.