Who is it for?
- 2nd Graders, (7 to 8-year-olds)
- 3rd Graders (8 to 9-year-olds)
- 4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds)
- 5th Graders (10 to 11-year-olds)
- Math learners
- Shoppers on a budget
Everything you need for the month of December! This Christmas Mega Bundle includes my Christmas Math packet, The Great Elf Contest: A Multiplication game for the 100's Chart, Christmas Creative Thinking Pack (20 Creative Christmas writing activities) and my Christmas Party Pack. Descriptions of each are below:
Christmas Activity Bundle Item #1:
Christmas Math Pack
This Christmas math packet is geared towards 3rd -5th graders. This Christmas math packet includes story problems for every operation, graphing, comparing numbers, fractions and more!
Included you will find 20 pages of Christmas Math:
Christmas Math- 4 pages of Christmas themed word problems. Single and multi-step problems for all operations
Christmas Math- Christmas present 3 digit addition and subtraction Christmas Math problems. Color odd presents green and even presents red
Christmas Math-Multiplication and Division Christmas tree fact families
Christmas Math- Addition and Subtraction Christmas tree fact families
Christmas Math- Number Comparison- Compare two numbers using greater than, less than and equal to. Add in a missing number to make the number sentence true
Christmas Math- Rounding- rounding numbers to nearest 100 and 1000
Christmas Math- Elapsed Time- How long does Jeannette lie in bed awake until she can see if Santa came to her house? How long was Cheyenne wrapping presents? Find out with these riveting elapsed time Christmas Math problems!
Christmas Math- Graphing- Emilio asks 100 of his closest friends what they want for Christmas. Use his data to make a graph, fractions, percents and more!
Christmas Math- Fractions- Divide up Christmas cookies and Christmas cakes for Christmas guests
Christmas Math- Number Patterns- Find the pattern and fill in the missing numbers. Identify the pattern.
Christmas Math- Shape Patterns- Find the patterns and fill in the missing shapes.
Christmas Math- Hundreds Chart Puzzles- Avery can't open her Christmas math presents until she has finished these Hundreds Chart Puzzles. Help her!!!
Christmas Math Hidden Picture- Answer 100 math problems to find the hidden Christmas image!
This Christmas math packet would make a great supplement to your curriculum. Offer this Christmas math packet as review or offer this Christmas Math as enrichment. Send this Christmas Math packet home over break to keep students thinking.
Answer Key is included for this Christmas Math packet.
Put this Christmas Math on your smart board and complete as a class or give this Christmas math packet to students to complete individually or in pairs the week before Christmas. This Christmas Math packet will engage your students while helping them review important skills.
Christmas Activity Bundle Item #2
Christmas Creative Thinking Pack:
This is a packet of 20 creative thinking Christmas activities for Christmas.
These language rich creative thinking Christmas activities may be used individually or stapled together to create a Christmas activity packet (black line cover included). Fostering creative thinking has been shown to increase learning in all areas. This Christmas Activity Packet will do just that!
Included in this Christmas Activities packet you will find:
Wow…That’s Quite a Tree- List 10 things you absolutely CAN'T hang on a Christmas tree
My Life as an Elf- You have been chosen to work as a Christmas Elf at the North Pole. Think of 4 ways your life will be different and three consequences of each change
New and Improved Christmas Ornaments- Your company is getting complaints about their Christmas ornaments. They want you to re-design the Christmas ornaments to make people happy. Come up with 3 possible complaints and 3 fixes for those complaints
Santa’s Prototype- In this Christmas activity, combine Santa's Sleigh and a Mini Van and make a new vehicle so that Santa can travel in style this Christmas Eve
Stocking Solutions- You KNOW you can make a better Christmas stocking. Make your Christmas stocking bigger, add something and replace something in this Christmas activity
Christmas ABC’s- In this Christmas activity, you will think of a Christmas word for every letter of the alphabet
Wrapping Dilemma- OH NO! You have one more Christmas present to wrap, but no more Christmas wrapping paper! Think of 5 other ways that you can wrap the Christmas present
It’s SANTA!- The answer is Santa. You write the questions
Peppermint Profusion- You have too many Christmas candy canes. Think of 10 new uses for all those candy canes in this Christmas activity
Christmas Thingy- You are given a picture and have to tell what it has to do with Christmas
Christmas Future- Predict 5 Christmas traditions that you will have with your family when you grow up
‘Tis the Season of Giving- The new rule is that you have to donate one old item for each Christmas gift you receive. Come up with reasons as to why this is a good idea.
How is a Christmas Cookie Like a Cat?- Think of 6 things that a Christmas cookie and a cat have in common for this Christmas activity
A Gift for Santa- What do you get a magical man who has everything? Think of some gifts that you could give to Santa Clause
All I Want for Christmas is an Invention- It's your job to make a new Christmas invention. You can either make a device that helps you wrap presents, measure the speed of Santa's sleigh or helps you get to sleep on Christmas Eve. Write 3 sentences about your Christmas invention
The Christmas Spirit- Adults always say that it is better to give than to receive. You know differently (especially on Christmas!). Think of 3 situations in which it is ALWAYS better to receive than to give.
The Tallest Tree EVER- No one can reach the top of your Christmas tree to put the star on! Use a Frisbee, a wire coat hanger and a linty mint from the bottom of your mom's purse to get the star on the Christmas tree for this Christmas activity
No Ladder, No Lights? No WAY!- You don't have a ladder, but you have to hang Christmas lights on your house. Think of 3 alternative ways that you can hang the lights
Christmas is...- Write a Christmas list poem telling what Christmas means to you
Advice for Santa- Santa is asking for advice on how he can help children behave better. Tell him what he can do and also what his elves can do with all of their free time.
Sample Answers included with these Christmas activities to get you and your class thinking!
These Christmas activities makes a great Christmas early finishers packet! Use these Christmas activities as sponge activities to get your students thinking. Set up some Christmas centers around the Christmas holiday using these Christmas Activities.
Christmas Activity Bundle Item #3:
The Great Elf Contest: A Christmas Math 100's Chart game.
This is a Christmas Math multiplication game for the 100's chart.
The premise for this Christmas math game is that Santa wants to bring an elf along this Christmas Eve to help him deliver presents. This is a HUGE honor! Play this Christmas math game to be the first Elf to color five presents in a row to win the opportunity to help Santa this Christmas.
This Christmas math game makes a great partner game, but this Christmas Math game can be played by up to 4 players.
For this Christmas math game, students will each get a set of digit cards. On each turn, students will draw two digit cards, multiply them together, and color the corresponding present on the Christmas math game board. The first player to color 5 presents in a row (vertical, horizontal or diagonal) wins this Christmas math game!
Included in this Christmas Math game:
Put this Christmas math game out for early finishers or use it as a Christmas math center.
I hope you and your class enjoy this Christmas Math Game! Merry Christmas!
Christmas Activity Bundle Item #4
Christmas Activities Party Pack - 9 Christmas Party Games and Christmas Activities
I created this packet of Christmas Activities & Christmas Games, and Christmas Letters home because I was in charge of planning my own class parties. These Christmas activities and Christmas games will have your students saying "Best Christmas Party Ever!!!".
These Christmas games and Christmas activities are designed to be fun and used during a Christmas class party. These Christmas games and Christmas activities are not meant to be learning centers.
The Christmas Games and Christmas Activities Party Pack Includes:
Christmas Party Letter home to parents requesting volunteers and snacks (peanut free and non peanut free)
Christmas Word Scramble Game
Santa's Beard Game
Rudolph's Nose Game
Candy Cane Relay Game
Christmas Kisses Game
Find the Elf Game
Christmas Word Search
Christmas Word Mix-Up
Christmas Coloring Pages
I hope that you and your class enjoy this selection of Christmas games and Christmas Activities! Do these Christmas Games whole class, or make Christmas Party Centers using these Christmas games and Christmas Activities!
My Christmas Math Pack, Christmas Activity Pack, Christmas Creative Thinking Pack and The Great Elf Contest are all available individually in my store.
These Christmas Activities for math, Christmas Activities for Writing and Christmas Activities for a Rocking Christmas party will take you from December 1st through Christmas Break.
Send these Christmas activities home with students to keep them thinking over Christmas break!
Christmas Activity Bundle Item #5
Christmas Kindness Elves: Spreading the Spirit of Christmas
This Christmas Elves unit is designed to help students understand the true meaning of Christmas and spread a message that lasts all year!
The premise of this Christmas Elves unit is that the Christmas Kindness Elves will come each day to the classroom or home with different acts of kindness as well as the supplies (if needed).
Each night the Christmas Elves will return to the North Pole to think of another act of kindness and to refresh their supplies.
There are twenty four unique Christmas Elves activities included in this unit, enough to take you through twenty four days.
Have your children or students name your Christmas Kindness Elves. Place the Christmas Kindness Elves in a different place around your home or classroom each day. Complete the act of kindness the elves left either together at home or at school, or assign it as homework (when appropriate and fun).
The activities the Christmas Elves leave can be done in any order and have versions appropriate for home or classroom. You may choose to print out the Christmas Elves tags or print off a page of blank tags and write the message yourself. Writing papers and lists of supplies (when needed) are included. Christmas Kindness Elves activities are most appropriate for children who can read and write on their own, but may be adapted for younger children.
This Christmas Kindness Elves unit is based on the book Do Nice, Be Kind, Spread Happy by Bernadette Russell.
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