A fun activity for students to learn the meanings of Christmas words!
Word ladders are challenging, but they are also a great way to develop your vocabulary skills! Use this Christmas worksheet to teach your students more about finding a way to connect one word to another.
Sleigh, star, snow, stocking. Can you put these Christmas words in alphabetical order? With this fun holiday activity, students will be asked to rewrite the list of words given in their alphabetical order.
Circle the nouns in this classic Christmas carol. Remember, some nouns act as adjectives, but they are still nouns. This worksheet is a great way to keep students engaged and having fun as they learn about nouns.
This Christmas word search goes in a circle, a perfect challenge for those little puzzlers.
Here, you’ll find a printable Christmas activity that is sure to keep students engaged in the class during the holidays. Students will be asked to unscramble the clue words listed in one of the columns. Next, they will unscramble the letters that appear in circled boxes to reveal the answer to the last phrase.
Everything has a history! Print out this worksheet about the history of the Christmas tree for your students and let the learning begin!
Circle the verbs in this classic Christmas carol. Hint: Historians believe that “jingle” is used as a verb in this song. This is a great activity for keeping students engaged as you learn about verbs!
“The Christmas Fairy” gives students a story to read and questions to answer. A great comprehension activity for the holiday season!
Spelling and vocabulary are fun with this Christmas crossword puzzle.
A biography poem, also called a bio poem, is a short poem which describes a person or thing. Sometimes writing a bio pem can be tricky! This printable Christmas Activity guides students through creating a bio poem about a Christmas tree.
Reindeers are not just for Christmas, as your student will learn in this comprehension and vocabulary worksheet.
Similes are fun to write, especially in this Christmas themed worksheet! Along with similes, students will also write a sentence using metaphors.
Dickens’ Ghost of Christmas Future is scary, as your student will discover in this worksheet for “A Christmas Carol.”
Given is a list of items in the classic Christmas carol “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” Seven of the days have an alliteration in the phrase. Change the items for the alliteration, but use an alliteration of the same letter.
Help your students better understand idioms and adages with this Christmas Phrases Activity. Students will be asked to rewrite each sentence in his/her own words without using the idiom or adage.
In this worksheet about the famous Christmas poem “A Visit from St. Nicholas,” your student will find the similes and metaphors.