These Christmas Addition Puzzles are a great way to holiday holiday themed learning and activities easily in the house! All you have to do is print and let the kids do the rest.
The Christmas tree is up, the smell of hot chocolate fills the air and you’re expecting family visits soon so the kids are excited and jumping off of the walls.
Do you really want to sit down with your math textbook to teach the kids? Nope, we spend our December doing fun Christmas learning activities, so they’re still learning but it looks a lot different than the other months of the year.
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If your child is learning to add up to 10, these Christmas addition puzzles are a perfect way to keep them learning and still maintain the fun. No writing needed but they need to match up the correct answers.
There are two puzzles for each number because I wanted to teach my daughter that there are numerous ways to add up to the same number.
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Christmas Addition Puzzles
Since the foundation blocks of math start with addition and subtraction, what better way to combine that learning fun with Christmas festive activities as well?
Each of these puzzles show bright Christmas pictures that are certain to bring out the holiday spirit and excitement along with learning fun.
And the best part? These puzzles can be mixed and matched to create even more holiday fun.
When you give your children the chance to be creative with their learning, you’ll be amazed at what they can accomplish and do.
Christmas Addition Puzzles Supplies
All you need to get started on this fun holiday puzzles is listed below.
- Printer (I have this one)
- Paper or cardstock
- Laminator (optional)
Print out the puzzles onto paper or cardstock, I use my trusty laminator to laminate them so we can use them again.
Recommended Christmas Toys
If your mind is on Christmas, there is a good chance that you’re needed some great Christmas ideas as well. Below you’ll find some of our favorite Christmas toys that you can get for the kids to play with and enjoy.
Melissa & Doug Slice and Bake Wooden Christmas Cookie Play Food SetMelissa & Doug Countdown to Christmas Wooden Advent Calendar – Magnetic Tree, 25 MagnetsHoliday Stampers (24 Pack) Christmas Stamps AssortmentPLAYMOBIL Santa’s Sleigh with Reindeer
To extend this activity, read some of these wonderful Christmas books below. We love snuggling on the couch to read during those cold winter months. Create your own advent calendar to count down the days before Christmas. Make your own Christmas ornaments and decorations. I love this time of the year for crafting and letting your kids use their imagination.
Recommended Christmas Books for Kids
Bring the joy of the holiday season into your homeschool with any of these fun Christmas books. These are just a few of our favorite Christmas books that you should consider reading with your kids. Snuggle up with some holiday snacks, a warm blanket, and get ready to have a blast turning page after page. These are just a few of the awesome holiday books to enjoy.
The Littlest Reindeer (Littlest Series)Polar Express 30th anniversary editionDasher: How a Brave Little Doe Changed Christmas ForeverHow to Catch an ElfChristmas FarmThe Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey
Download the Christmas addition puzzles below
More Christmas Printables
A to Z Christmas Words Worksheet | Artsy Momma
Christmas Activities & Fine Motor Skills Practice Printable | The Natural Homeschool
Christmas Beginning Sound Worksheets | Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading