I have a fun selection of Christmas math activities perfect to add to your lesson plans this season. More than just counting the presents under the tree or the number of ornaments on the tree, why not give all your math activities a fun holiday twist! From kindergarten and preschoolers to elementary, explore hands-on Christmas math ideas with simple supplies. Make the holidays extra fun this year, and make sure to check out all our Christmas Activities too!
AWESOME CHRISTMAS MATH ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS
CHRISTMAS MATH FUN FOR KIDS
We have done a few Christmas math activities in the past, but I realized we certainly haven’t done enough. There just isn’t enough time in the day for all the amazing Christmas Science Experiments and Christmas STEM Activities you could do!
Christmas-themed math is an awesome way to practice the same math concept but in different ways. I have found this method great for reinforcing what my son has already learned or still needs to practice.
CHRISTMAS MATH IDEAS FOR KIDS
Kids of all ages can have fun with math this holiday season! Explore shapes, fractions, estimates, graphing and more!
One idea I hope to try is graphing bows! I have a large package of Christmas bows of different colors. Your kids can graph the colors in the bag to see how much of each color bow is in the bag. There are many creative ways to add math into Christmas.
Another idea that’s perfect for hands-on Christmas math activities is baking! Turn your favorite Christmas cookie recipe into a math lesson with a delicious reward at the end. Measuring ingredients is a great way to talk about parts of a whole and fractions.
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WISHING YOU A VERY MATHEMATICAL CHRISTMAS!
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I hope you can use a few of these Christmas math activities in your holiday learning themes this season. Kids love the holidays and enjoy the novelty of themed activities. There’s no better way to incorporate awesome experiments for kids with learning!