The kids will enjoy this colourful Christmas sorting worksheet. Can they match the coloured parcels with the hat colour of each snowman?
Christmas Present Worksheets
Who could resist a worksheet if it comes bearing Christmas gifts? Here's a fun collection to get the kids thinking in the run up to the holidays...
This Christmas gift symmetry challenge is just that - a challenge! Use the grid to help you draw the missing half of the picture.
It's lots of fun guessing what's inside a present based on the size of the box! But can the kids sort these presents into size (smallest to biggest, then biggest to smallest)?
If the kids can mirror this picture exactly through the line of symmetry, they will have a complete picture of a Christmas present!
Someone's been busy! I wonder who has left all the Christmas presents, and how many there are ... can you count?
Use this fun finger tracing worksheet at Christmas or any time of the year to teach the children how to write the word "gift" and give them practice forming the letters correctly.
Practise your letters with this handwriting worksheet featuring the word "gift". Useful for Christmas and birthdays!
The simple lines on our gift or present tracing page suggest that your youngest children might enjoy this worksheet, tracing in the "channels" between the dotted lines with a thick pen or crayon and then colouring the picture in.
Trace the letters in "gift" and colour in the picture. You could use this any time of the year but of course it is particularly useful in the Christmas classroom.
Practice your poetry skills with the help of this acrostic poetry printable for the word GIFTS. It makes a useful writing frame, too.
There are lots of lines on this gifts tracing page, making it suitable for more confident children. Once the lines are drawn, they could colour it in…
As well as poetry writing, we think our presents acrostic poem printable would also make a very handy page for writing a Christmas wish list or keeping track of what presents you are giving.