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12 Days of Christmas: Study and sing the 12 days of Christmas.


3D Tree Craft (wrksht only)

All I Want For Christmas (wrksht only): A fill-in-the-blank activity for the infamous song by Mariah Carrey.
Cards: Students write Christmas cards using SVOO! What could be more fun! 
Caroling: This is a cultural share class idea, and not for the faint of heart.

Christmas Bingo: That's right, bingo game with Christmas related vocabulary.

Christmas Carols: A collection of common Christmas Carols in an easy-print leaflet

Christmas Crossword (wrksht only)

Christmas Info (wrksht only): Some basic information about Christmas written with 2nd graders in mind.
Christmas Lesson: Students compete to make the best Christmas tree in class while practicing polite requests.
Christmas Rooms: This activity is designed for 1st year JHS. It lets the students practice using does and doesn't. And play janken. A lot.

Christmas Secret Set: A worksheet with two secret messages, each written with a different code.
Christmas Word Search (wrksht only): Your typical but visually appealing holiday word search.
Decorations (preposition): Students decorate the classroom for Christmas and talk about the decorations with the teachers. 
Game Show: This is a Christmas game show activity which acts a review for Grade 3 classes.
Greedy Christmas Tree: Students create a Christmas tree using their handprints with their Christmas wish list written on them.
Grinch Cards: Students write letters about what they want for Christmas. This activity has an interesting twist.
Grinch Who Stole Christmas, The:Student's watch the 1966 (25min) cartoon version of Dr. Seuss's "How the Grinch Stole Christmas." They use the worksheet to listen for vocabulary words then answer questions.
History of Christmas:Students learn about the History of Christmas, and then watch the 1964 cartoon version of Rudolph.
It's About Christmas (preposition): A Christmas-themed worksheet activity where students learn Christmas vocabulary and create sentences with prepositional phrases.

Jingle Bells: (wrksht only) Listen to Jingle bells and fill the gaps. 

Just For Christmas Fun (wrksht only)


Last Christmas (wrksht only)

Merry CrosswordChristmas worksheet practicing various grammar points with an amazing illustration by Michael C. Smith


Night Before Christmas, The (wrksht only)


Pin the Beard on Santa (wrksht only): Good for special needs or general Christmas fun. Blindfolded students try to piece together a Santa head on the blackboard.


Pin the Ornament (directions): Decorate the Christmas tree.


Rudolph Q&A:This Christmas activity introduces the story of Rudolph by having students ask each other questions and search for the answers to their own questions.

Rudolph Skit & Cloze:Students listen to the song Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and perform a skit based on it.

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer: Watch the old old Bass/Rankin Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer claymation movie.
Santa Is (wrksht only): First year students review the present continuous while playing a Christmas themed board game.

Santa's Secret Message  / Santa's Secret Message version 2(wrksht only)


Santa Tell Me Song: Students listen to the song "Santa Tell Me" by Ariana Grande and fill in the blanks on the worksheet. There is an easy version and a hard version to choose from.


Secret Message by Patrick Bickford/

Jay Duxfield

Tongue Twisters:Christmas tongue twisters to get students speaking and laughing.
Tradition (wrksht only)
Where Is Christmas: A pair game of deduction based on prepositions (in, on, under, by) that has them trying to find the room that their partner selected.
Where's The Pickle: A fun activity based on the Christmas tradition of finding the pickle ornament on the Christmas tree.
Whose Snowman Is This:Students draw snowmen based off the clues you read them, then have to find them.
Winter Holidays Jeopardy:A Jeopardy quiz game about winter, holidays, New Year's Eve, and Christmas.


Wish List (because): Students draw and write about presents they would like to receive for Christmas.


Word Game Activities:This Christmas activity is actually four activities in one: Word Search, Code Breaker, Bingo and Letters to Santa.


X-mas Cartoon Challenge: This is a listening activity where students watch 5 Christmas Cartoons and listen to fill in the blanks on their worksheet. 


X-mas Quiz:  A simple Powerpoint quiz about Christmas traditions in the US.



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