Merry Christmas

Thanks for the opportunity to speak at today’s staff meeting.  Here are the links to the resources I mentioned.



This is the link for a writing lesson using bought Christmas Cards as the prompt.

A nice activity which links art with maths.  Students have a ‘budget’ with which to purchase materials to make an angel.  Simple maths involved would suit juniors.

A worksheet of simple maths sums, which serve to help with working out the code for Christmas jokes.

A neat little problem solving activity for middle and upper primary.  Students have to choose a menu for the wise men based on certain conditions.

Listening skills, oral language activitity.  Students follow set instructions to decorate the Christmas tree

Great questions based on the Twelve days of Christmas, creating snowflakes, and activity based on area and perimeter

Great open ended maths activity using maths addition skills to make codes for Christmas words.

A powerpoint template of an advent calender.  You could get students to design their own page which could be revealed in the countdown to Christmas.

Sudoko with Christmas symbols to print out.

Online Christmas puzzle games:

Stained glass windows


Bright students love jokes.  Here’s a good page.

Upper primary activity which nicely links Pascal’s Triangle with “The Twelve Days of Christmas”.  Hard, but worthwhile.


Picture puzzles of well know Christmas song titles.

A wonderful way to develop vocabulary and thinking skills by using Christmas song Titles. Can be used for all year levels.

Blooms Christmas Resources

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