Christmas Math Ideas

Christmas resources for math! Includes math games, printables, resources, math centers, math lessons and anything with a Christmas theme that makes math fun and interesting. Enjoy! Merry Christmas! Please pin at least 1 FREE idea or resource for every paid item. (At this time, we are not adding new collaborators to this board.)


Christmas Math Ideas

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Christmas Activities - Place Value A Week's Worth of Place Value for Christmas for 1.NBT.2, 2.NBT.A.1 and 3.NBT.A.2. A collaborative bundle from HappyEdugator and Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas for your Christmas lessons.

This product includes sixteen problems which ask students to determine the next number, shape, or letter in a pattern. There are four different types of pattern problems: a.) word problem b.) letter c.) shape and d.) number. See the preview for one type of each task card. This product can be used for upper elementary and middle school students.

This elf problem was created based on the locker problem. Students must determine between four elves who was the nicest, 2nd nicest, 3rd nicest and naughtiest. Depending on my class, I vary the level of assistance. Some students will be able to persevere in solving this problem and will only receive the initial problem. Other students will need some guidance in solving the problem. I have provided three additional pages to use if students need some problem solving guidance.

Free Christmas Addition Worksheet

Hundreds Charts - Christmas Holidays Theme - themed hundreds charts. 25 different styles. Includes 2 for Hanukkah. Each hundred chart has a blank one to match, so students can fill out..

Practice number patterns with this fun Christmas themed game. Students must figure out the what the pattern is, whether it's addition or subtraction, and the next 3 numbers. Includes a hint button that states the rule. There are 20 questions and you just click on each question to go to it.

Practice identifying even or odd numbers with this fun Christmas games. Students must count the number of Christmas ornaments and determine whether that number is even or odd. There are 20 questions in all. Great for a guided math center or rainy day activity. Great for individual practice on the iPad! Extra licenses are $1.

Celebrate Christmas and practicing using the Coordinate Place with this engaging twist on traditional tic-tac-toe. Students choose a box and must answer the question correctly in order to place their shape. There are 3 game modes, each with 9 questions. There are 2 question types: naming objects at given coordinates and giving coordinates for given objects.

Practice adding with this fun Christmas addition game. Using pictures of dice with Christmas trees instead dots, students add numbers from 0 to 5. Great for a guided math center or rainy day activity.

Practice elapsed time with this yummy, Christmas dessert game! In teams, students compete against one another while answering time questions. There are 3 types of questions: start time, stop/finish time, and elapsed time. Each question deals with a different type of dessert. Yummy!

Practice number patterns with this fun Christmas themed game. Students must figure out the what the pattern is, whether it's addition or subtraction, and the next 3 numbers. Includes a hint button that states the rule. There are 20 questions and you just click on each question to go to it.

Identify true or false math facts with this fun Christmas themed powerpoint game. Students must identify whether a math addition fact is true or false. If false, the students must provide the correct answer.

Have fun practicing subtracting with this fun student vs. student games. In teams, students compete against another while practicing their subtraction skills. This includes questions with and without regrouping.

Practice elapsed time with this yummy, Christmas dessert game! In teams, students compete against one another while answering time questions. There are 3 types of questions: start time, stop/finish time, and elapsed time. Each question deals with a different type of dessert. Yummy!

Practice identifying even or odd numbers with this fun Christmas games. Students must count the number of Christmas ornaments and determine whether that number is even or odd. There are 20 questions in all. Great for a guided math center or rainy day activity. Great for individual practice on the iPad! Extra licenses are $1.

Practice counting coins with this fun money counting games. Studens must figure out how much each child paid for their Christmas gift. Money amounts are up to $20.00 and includes quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies.

Games and candy go great together! In this Tic-Tac-Toe game, students comparing the prices of Christmas candy (decimals up to the hundredths place). There are 3 games in this powerpoint. There are 9 questions in reac game and you just click on each question to go to it. The question box disappears after you've clicked on it so you know you've answered it and students click on their "x" or "o" to place it. Great for a guided math center or rainy day activity. Extra licenses are $1.

Who doesn't loves elves? How about elves with competition! Play the fun, engaging games where up to 3 teams compete against each other to determine the missing number in a multiplication problem.There are 20 questions and you just click on each question to go to it. The question disappears after you've clicked on it so you know you've answered it. There is a type-in scoreboard. The scoreboard can be typed in during Slideshow Mode. Great for a whole class math activity or rainy day activity.

Who else bakes cookies for Santa? Your students will have fun with this Adding Fractions Student vs. Student game. Students are adding like/unlike fractions and mixed numbers in this baking Christmas cookies themed game. You can have up to four teams. There are 20 questions and you just click on each question to go to it. The question disappears after you've clicked on it so you know you've answered it. There is a type-in scoreboard. The scoreboard can be typed in during Slideshow Mode.

What time do you do your Christmas activity? In this game, students use the clocks to tell what time each child does a Christmas activity. All the clocks are analog and in 5 minute intervals. There are 20 questions and you just click on each question to go to it. The question disappears after you've clicked on it so you know you've answered it. There is a type-in scoreboard.

FREEBIE : Bright Ideas This Holiday Season Christmas Math Color By The Code Puzzle Printables ~ This pack includes 2 FREE Color By The Code Puzzles To Practice Addition and 2 answer keys. ~ Puzzles Are Aligned To The CCSS. Each Page Has The Specific CCSS Listed. ~ A detailed list of the CCSS used is also provided.

Art inegration: Math-Quadrilaterals! Nutcrackers made for the holiday season using quadrilateral shapes plus quadrilateral train yard subset visual handout and worksheets to connect to the common core!

Gingerbread activities: FREE gingerbread-themed number puzzles.

December Math: Solving Story Problems offers practice with the necessary steps for solving mathematical word problems. The steps included are: read the story, circle the numbers or number words given, underline the key words that indicate what mathematical operation needs to be done, draw the representations of the numbers, write the number sentence, solve, and write the answer.

Games and candy go great together! In this Tic-Tac-Toe game, students comparing the prices of Christmas candy (decimals up to the hundredths place). There are 3 games in this powerpoint. There are 9 questions in reac game and you just click on each question to go to it. The question box disappears after you've clicked on it so you know you've answered it and students click on their "x" or "o" to place it. Great for a guided math center or rainy day activity. Extra licenses are $1.