Christmas Worksheets and Activities
"Our finest gifts we bring, Pa rum pum pum pum, To lay before the King, Pa rum pum pum pum," inspired by the lyrics of The Drummer Boy; We @MW4K have brought our finest collection of printable Christmas worksheets for kids of kindergarten through grade 4 featuring activities like making greeting cards, performing arithmetic operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, making line plots, connecting dots, coloring pages, unscrambling words and a lot more.
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Prep for Christmas, decorate your homes from wall-to-wall as Santa and his elves are ready with their gifts. Enhance your vocabulary with words related to Christmas using this vibrant picture dictionary.
If you intend to make your kids the best spellers, then this activity is for you! Rearrange the letters to reveal the Christmas words. We wish you luck in finding the Christmas words and the Christmas pickle too!
Try this quick and easy to make Christmas card, an alternate to the regular store-bought cards. Print it, cut it, use your imagination to decorate it, write a note to your loved one and - voila, your card is done!
This little Christmas tree of ours, lost its colors in the past! Keep the little elves of kindergarten busy with this color by number worksheet. Get them to follow the color code and give the tree its colors back.
The ordinal number worksheet lists a set of pictures related to Christmas such as candles, balloons and cakes. Color the picture in the position or place specified to complete the worksheet.
This counting worksheet for kindergarten kids encompasses a variety of exercises such as count and write, count and circle and count and compare. Mind you the pictures are countable but not the fun!
Get ready to receive the gifts as Xmas comes but once a year! Snip the gifts, sort them as odd and even numbers and paste them in the appropriate columns. We wish you have no 'White Elephants' this year!
Many kids dream of seeing Santa in the star-filled sky. Spot Santa with his reindeer in this worksheet for grade 4 and identify the prime and composite stars, color the prime stars yellow and the composite stars green.
Good things come in small packages, don't they? This worksheet for grade 3 is packed with a variety of tasks like circle, choose and draw the next picture in the sequence. Use abstract reasoning to predict 'What comes next?'.
The children of grade 4 recognize if an object is symmetrical or not by folding it along the dotted line, they draw the lines of symmetry on Christmas objects, and complete the symmetrical half of the picture as well.
"I'm a little snowman, Short and round, Made from little snowflakes that fell to the ground". Make one-to-one correspondence between these little snowmen with number names on them to the number on the snowflakes in this worksheet.
"On Christmas, It's the thought that counts". But in this worksheet let's count the objects and write the addition statements. Count candles, cakes, trees and the minty candy canes too.
The gingerbread man is trying to escape again. Make the kids of grade 1 add the numbers and color the picture following the color code and help find the gingerbread man.
The proof of the pudding is in the eating, isn't it? Let's test the knowledge of kids of grade 2, as they read the scenarios in these Christmas word problems and solve them.
The Christmas tree and Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer are missing! Subtract the numbers horizontally and vertically, color the picture using the color code to reveal them in this worksheet for grade 1.
Conceptualize single-digit subtraction with this picture subtraction worksheet for kids of kindergarten and grade 1. Count and subtract the Christmas symbols and write the subtraction sentence too.
Grade 3 kids are expected to subtract the 3-digit numbers vertically, map their answers to the puzzle pieces given in the following page, snip and glue them in the correct places to recreate the Christmas picture.
Observe the multiplication model presented in this worksheet for grade 4 and answer the questions that follow. Complete the multiplication equation and solve a real-life word problem too.
This Christmas division worksheet for grade 4 consists of a variety of exercises like grouping the objects, writing the division equation and solving a word problem as well.
The Christmas tree has been trimmed with baubles, bells, gifts and stars. Get the kids of grade 2 to show the frequency of these decorative items by counting them and plotting on the line plot.