Christmas Cheer in the Classroom: Jingle All the Way with 5 Christmas Activities for Students in 3rd, 4th & 5th Grade

Christmas Cheer in the Classroom: Jingle All the Way with 5 Christmas Activities for Students in 3rd, 4th & 5th Grade

Explore 5 engaging Christmas Activities for students in 3rd, 4th and 5th Grade tailored to fulfilling many language arts and math standards.

Get ready to infuse your holiday season with festive magic! 🎄✨ Elevate the celebration with stress-free activities tailor-made for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders that not only ignite engagement but seamlessly weave in essential math and ELA skills. Dive into the enchantment and discover a world of captivating activities that will make this holiday season unforgettable for both you and your students! Take a quick journey by exploring all 5 resources below!

16 Christmas Holiday opinion Writing Prompts and Craft

Capture your students interest with topics to write about for fun during this holiday season. This opinion writing activity and craft will harnesses the festive spirit while also reinforcing essential writing skills. As an added bonus, the completed persuasive writing pieces can be proudly displayed on a bulletin board, showcasing not only students’ achievements but also serve as a source of inspiration for the entire classroom.

A Captivating activity even for your students who don’t celebrate Christmas as many prompts are versatile for the entire year.

Printable Scavenger Hunt to Strengthen Close Reading skills

Keep all of your 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students engaged with this no-prep Christmas Around the World Activity in the form of a Scavenger Hunt. Students will boost their close reading skills as they examine 10 short Christmas passages that focus on the Christmas traditions of 8 different countries around the world. Keen Reading Comprehension skills will unleash targeted answers to “clues” or “code words” that will ultimately enlighten students to the final, unscrambled word. – Perfect to integrate into social studies.

Santa Needs Elves Project Based Learning Activity

Dive into the festive spirit with a NO PREP Math and Writing Activity Unit: ‘Santa Needs Elves’! 🎅Unleash the magic of the season while mastering persuasive writing and math standards. In this engaging Project-Based Learning activity, students write persuasive letters to Santa and tackle Real World Christmas Math challenges, all in a quest to snag one of six North Pole jobs! Whether you prefer digital or print, this holiday adventure seamlessly blends education and excitement!

Help Santa Load His Sleigh, 2 Step Math Word Problems

Embark on a festive adventure with ‘Help Santa Load His Sleigh’! 🛷🎅 In this engaging mission, your students become Santa’s trusted helpers as they navigate the challenge of loading his sleigh with sacks based on weight capacity. The excitement unfolds as they determine whether all the sacks will snugly fit by calculating the total weight, mastering essential math skills. With scaffolded organizers to support learners, every student can join in the excitement. Plus, the fun doesn’t stop there – students get the chance to unleash their creativity by crafting their own two-step word problems, following the same merry format. Let the sleigh-loading festivities begin!

Color by Code Math & ELA Activities

Dive into the holiday spirit with these Christmas Color by Code printable puzzles – the perfect blend of fun and learning for your students.🎄🌈 Elevate your students’ math and ELA practice with these festive challenges, including parts of speech activities. Unleash the joy of coloring while reinforcing math essential skills, such as double-digit addition and subtraction. These 6 engaging, no-prep activities promise to captivate your students, and worry not – we’ve got you covered with answer keys for each puzzle. Allow your students to be delighted with through these Christmas color by code adventures!

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