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Grab These Christmas and Winter Freebies!

Posted by Brittney Field on

While this is my favorite time of year, it can surely be a challenging one in the classroom.  Sometimes it's just plain difficult to keep those kiddos focused on learning amidst all of the excitement for Christmas and winter break.  

Today, I have three Christmas and winter-themed freebies to keep your students engaged (and learning) ahead of the holidays.  Be sure to grab them all!

1. Christmas Idioms Scavenger Hunt

Get students up and moving while they practice defining common idioms in context. Hide the cards around the room and send students on a scavenger hunt to find and answer all twelve cards.

Download it here, or click on the image below: CHRISTMAS IDIOMS SCAVENGER HUNT

 

2. Christmas Multiplication Memory Game

Do your students need more practice with their multiplication facts?  With this Christmas-themed memory game, students can practice their twos and threes facts by matching the multiplication equation to its array and its product.

Download it here, or click on the image below: CHRISTMAS MULTIPLICATION MEMORY GAME

  

3. Winter Multiplication Memory Game

This set is an extension of our Christmas Multiplication Memory Game (in fact, each season or holiday has its own set).  With this winter-themed memory game, students can practice their fours and fives facts by matching the multiplication equation to its array and its product.

Download it here, or click on the image below: WINTER MULTIPLICATION MEMORY GAME

 Did you enjoy these freebies?  Let us know by replying in the comments below and by sharing this blog post on Facebook and Pinterest!

Are you looking for other fun holiday-themed games and activities to keep your students learning before the holidays?  Check out these best sellers!
  
  

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3 comments

  • I’m a special education teacher working with a 4th grade classroom teacher to set up math centers. Your ideas are clear, practical, and replicable – thank you for all your efforts!

    AmyJo Vazquez on
  • I will be teaching grade 4 & 5 for the first time this fall. Thanks for the fantastic freebies!

    Jodie on
  • Thanks. I’ll use the Idiom game with my 5th graders.
    Thanks for sharing. Merry Christmas

    Beti on

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