Looking to add some extra holiday cheer to your classroom? Here are some fun Christmas math activities your students are sure to enjoy.
Christmas Ten Frame Counting and Making Ten
Ten frames are wonderful for counting and building number sense. These ten frame task cards feature a fun Christmas theme.
This pack includes two sets of cards. In set 1, students count the candies and write the number on the recording sheet.
The second set focuses on making 10. Students count the gifts and determine how many more are needed to make ten.
Find this Christmas Ten Frame Task Card set here.
Christmas Ten Frame Bingo Game
This Christmas Bingo game is another fun activity to build number sense. The game cards can be printed with ten frames or numbers.
Choose numbers 1-10 or 1-20. Use the digital calling cards for a whole group game. Use the printable cards for a small group or center activity.
Find this Christmas Ten Frame Bingo Game here.
Want more themes and holidays? Check out the Ten Frame Bingo Bundle.
Christmas Gifts Shape Search
Santa’s elf is helping to wrap the gifts. Each gift box is filled with a different shape. Students color the boxes according to the shape. Then they count the number of each shape.
Get your copy of this FREE Shape Search here.
Christmas Math Puzzles for Addition and Subtraction
Do your students love puzzles? These fun Christmas addition and subtraction puzzles are editable. You can easily change the questions and answers by typing in the text boxes. Each puzzle features a fun Christmas picture.
Give students the puzzle pieces with the questions. They solve the problems and write the answers on the pieces. Then they cut out the pieces and arrange them on the puzzle page with the answers.
This is a self-checking activity. If the answers don’t match, students can recheck their work.
When the puzzle is finished, they glue the pieces in place and color the picture.
Find this set of Editable Christmas Math Puzzles here.