# Christmas Math Activities

Can you hear those jingle bells?

Oh yes, Christmas is well and truly on its way.

And with Christmas on the horizon, there’s no excuse not to include some fun and festive activities in your math lessons, whether at home with your child, or in school with your students.

After all, math can be Christmassy too!

To make things simple, here is a quick roundup of some Christmas and winter math resources to make December math just that little bit more fun.

## Missing Christmas Numbers Worksheets

A fun no-prep set of 100 and 120 chart activities with a Christmas theme. On each sheet, find the missing numbers hidden by a Christmas picture. (Recommended: kindergarten – grade 1)

## Christmas Tree Multiples (Math Craft)

This fun math craft not only helps revise multiplication facts, but it looks fabulous too. Solve each multiplication question and then glue on the bauble showing the correct answer. (Recommended: grades 3 – 4)

## Christmas Multiplication Facts Worksheets

This pack of 11 worksheets will have your child practising multiplication facts up to 10 x 10. And, there’s a festive twist! Each number is represented by a Christmas picture. Use the key to decode the number sentences before solving. (Recommended: grades 3 – 4)

## Christmas Number Puzzles

Printable Christmas number puzzles for little ones. These self-correcting puzzles help young children with numbers up to 20 and feature sweet Christmas pictures. (Recommended: preschool and kindergarten)

## Skip Counting Snowflakes

Create a beautiful snowflake craft whilst using your math skills too! Cut out the numbers and attach to your snowflake in the correct skip counting order. Included in versions for skip counting by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. (Recommended: grades 1 – 2 )