Christmas Printables For December
Fun Christmas worksheet printables are a must for any Kindergarten or First Grade classroom. Unless you’ve experienced an early primary classroom in December you have no clue what it’s like. There’s a sense of joy, anxiety, hopefulness, naughtiness, kindness, generosity, and greed all wrapped up in a 5-7 year old body.
December Can Be Tough On Everyone
It’s a tough time of year for many kids. They are dealing with issues full-on during this time of year. Let’s give them something that’s fun and educational. Something they can feel successful at and do independently.
Free Christmas Dot-to-Dot And Graph Printable For Your Classroom
Here’s a free Christmas worksheet sample of the Christmas Dot-to-Dot and Graph printable. The full pack is sold at my TpT store but here I have a free sample for you.
Keep Them Busy With This Freebie
Kids love connect the dot puzzles and they always need practice with graphing so this printable is a win-win for you and your students. Plus, it’s easy enough for them to do on their own giving you a little time to do “December Teacher Things”.
Early Finisher Santa Letter
If they get done early they can color the picture or write a letter to Santa on the back of the paper. (Get the blank Santa Letter Template and a fill in the blank Santa letter. Select the one that best fits your needs.)
It’s all about keeping this time special and as stress-free as possible for both you and your students.
Choose 1 or 2 Activities
Copy these free Christmas printables back-to-back or on separate pieces of paper to create 2 separate activities.
Great For Small or Whole Group
You could do this whole group or place them at a literacy/math station.
Need To Differentiate?
Need to differentiate? Use the two versions of the Dear Santa letter to differentiate according to your students’ skill level.
Independent Work For December
Using these Independent Christmas printables during the busy month of December is going to be a life-saver.
Keep A Copy For Next Year
Remember to put them in your December file for next year so you can use them again and again. If you want to know more about how you can easily start planning for next year click this link on the post about setting up a system that is going to help keep all of the chaos organized and ready for next year too.
New Year… New Podcast
A new year is just around the corner. If you are a podcast listener please check out my new podcast that will be launching on Feb. 4, 2020. It's called Rockin' This Teacher Thing and it's a podcast for the early primary teacher. It will be a great experience for all my teacher friends. Don't miss it and don't forget to share it with other teacher friends. We are better together… but you already knew that.