Make the most of the upcoming holidays and bring Christmas into your teaching with these fun Christmas learning activities. No worksheets necessary, use the engaging activities to get your kids excited about Christmas, as if they needed any help.
Decide how you’ll decorate your own felt Christmas tree using your imagination.
Have a grand old time with this slime recipe that your kids can create together.
Have fun decorating your favorite rocks in a fun Christmas theme.
Kids will work on their fine motor skills as they wrap presents for their friends and family.
With this Christmas fingerprint math, practice color recognition and counting by telling your kids to dip their fingers in a color and make a certain amount of dots.
Watch how the candy canes dissolve in different solutions in this Christmas science activity.
Teach kids how to write and recognize their name with these puzzles. Write each letter of their name on a reindeer.
Practice letter recognition with this Christmas tree activity. Use paint to draw or trace over letters.
Cut out a snowman, and use buttons in this counting activity. It’s great for pre-K, and is great for number recognition and fine motor skills.
Practice basic math and estimation with this activity! Use jars and fill with candy, leaving one empty, and have kids guess how much candy pieces are in there.
Practice counting with this simple math game – Christmas style! Get little bells and dance along to “Jingle Bells” with this activity.
Use STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, math) to create a circuit Christmas tree.
Learn about catalyst while making toothpaste! This Christmas-y toothpaste has a minty flavor, and a reindeer twist!
Make cookies and place different type of cut outs. Then have them count the different types of cut outs.
From emergent readers to gross motor skills, use gingerbread men to learn. These activities are great for preschool!
Grab the Christmas-colored LEGOs in this activity! Practice estimation in this red, white, and green activity.
In just a few minutes you will have green stretchy growing slime, great for the Grinch! Use it with Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas if you’re feeling grumpy!