Who needs to practice their letters? These Christmas letter puzzles are a wonderful way to practice lower and uppercase recognition. I love bringing in different seasons and holidays into our homeschool, likely because I like to teach in themes.
Printables are an easy and frugal way to teach your kids rather than buying more expensive toys and gadgets. Plus there’s a whole library of stuff out there as long as you have a computer and printer. While I produce a lot of worksheets, they are not the sole way that my kids learn, but they do love them and use them to aid what I teach.
I also have this awesome list of Christmas Kindergarten Worksheets so check it out.
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Christmas Letter Puzzle
The great part about this fun holiday puzzle is that it focuses on a multitude of different things. The kids can work on learning their upper letter and lower case letters which is then a clue of how to put the puzzle pieces together.
We also like to try and spell words with each of these puzzle pieces. You can cut them out and challenge the kiddos to see what words they can spell. Work on capitalizing as well for proper nouns, etc.
Find all our free Christmas worksheets for kids here.
Recommended Christmas Activity Kits
Bring Christmas into the schoolroom and make it a part of every day in December.
Kids will enjoy decorating Christmas trees with this Christmas Tree Decorating Craft. A great way to practice hand and eye coordination, too.
Christmas Letter Puzzles Supplies
All you need to get started is listed below. I’m a big fan of laminating most printables because I want to make them last. It’s amazing how little hands just seem to tear up things fast!
But when you laminate the puzzle pieces, it makes it so much easier to reuse and not have to worry about printing again and again.
Print out the puzzles onto paper or cardstock, which would be sturdier, and then laminate or cover in contact paper before cutting them up. This will leave you with a puzzle that will last so that your child can use them again and again.
And now we have tons more fun printable kindergarten worksheets to share.
Hp Officejet Pro All in One Printer-Black – Model 8710 – HEOJ8710-Desktop PrinterScotch Thermal Laminator and Pouch Bundle, 2 Roller System, Laminate up to 9Fiskars SureCut Portable Paper Trimmer, 12 Inch Cut , Orange – 154450-1009
Have you seen my simple alphabet tray? It’s another easy and fun way to start learning your letters. Because you can write out lower or uppercase letters for the student to match up with the magnet tiles.
If you are still introducing the alphabet to your child, you better check out this cool Letter A Coloring Pages!
Recommended Christmas Books for Kids
Add the spirit of Christmas to your homeschool during the holiday season to make new memories and find new traditions to enjoy with your family.
Reading books together is a great way to bond even more during the holidays. And when you pair some of these books up with this printable puzzle, it’s a fun way to get in the holiday spirit and enjoy all sorts of holiday activities.
Dasher: How a Brave Little Doe Changed Christmas ForeverLittle Red Sleigh: A Heartwarming Christmas Book For ChildrenMr. Willowby’s Christmas TreeThe Best Christmas Pageant EverA Gift to RememberCranberry Christmas (Cranberryport)
These Christmas kindergarten worksheets can bring in the festivities into your learning and make it more fun. Pair it with some lovely Christmas books and it won’t even look like school.
Teach your kids the upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet with these Christmas letter puzzles that make learning fun.
Mix and match them up, take a look at my other kindergarten worksheets to see what you can use with them.
I hate placing grade levels on my stuff but these can be used by my preschoolers just as well. Use your best judgment and let everyone join in on the fun.
More Christmas Printables
Free Christmas Thank You Notes by 3 Dinosaurs
Christmas Trace Activities for Fine Motor Practice by Homeschool Preschool