Christmas Activities 101

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I’ve put together a list of the best free (and cheapest) Christmas activities and ideas I’ve found so far.

These colouring advent calendars from activityvillage.co.uk look great for a parent funded activity or an end of year teacher-student gift. They look absolutely brilliant!

This how to make video of a cardboard Christmas tree would make a cool maths activity for shape and measurement. Kids could make their own miniature tree out of green cardboard! 🌲

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This Christmas Math Pack for 4th Grade from The Naturally Creative Classroom has designed the cutest little Christmas package with Year 4’s in mind. It’s perfect for the last week of school.

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Resource Ranch’s Christmas Writing Center is adorable. I love that students draw a character, setting, and problem card as a starting point for their writing.

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This French Christmas Color by Number from Llanguage Llamas looks perfect for French teachers and relief teachers.

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Looking for something a little more simple? EducentsHoliday Coloring Book & Activities have you covered.

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This CHRISTmas Fun Bundle from Creative Learning Connection is down to $3 from $35 for a limited time.

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Christmas Knock-Knock Jokes FREE – EBOOK from Knowledge Box Central is awesome and these Christmas Coloring & Writing Prompts FREE – EBOOK from Knowledge Box Central are super cute too.

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These Christmas Thank You Cards from Sallie Borrink – Living and Learning Outside the Box would be perfect for school kids who have parents and volunteers they need to say a special thank you to.

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I love this little Christmas Sentence Scramble printable from Sallie Borrink – Living and Learning Outside the Box.

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Kids love I have Who Has games. They’ll go nuts over this ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas- I Have Who Has {Freebie} from Created by MrHughes.

The Kids Activities Blog has put together a list of 70 free Christmas printables.

Make sure you check out my Christmas art and craft blog post and these two posts Christmas crafts and Christmas crafts for kids before you head off.

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