Whether your child is learning English as a first or second language we have lots of resources to help them learn some Christmas vocabulary, we have work mats, word cards, lots of different flash cards, labelling worksheets, word scrambles and some lovely little vocabulary booklets.
Learn some Christmas vocabulary by labelling the decorations in this Christmas decorations labelling booklet.
As well as for learning vocabulary you could also use this Christmas decorations booklet as a spotters guide!
Turkey and stuffing, gravy and roast potatoes, Christmas pudding... all these delicious foods go towards making up a Christmas dinner, and we've included them and more in this set of Christmas dinner word cards.
These Christmas flashcards feature a variety of our Christmas illustrations ready for the children to colour in. You could cut them up and make up a little Christmas colouring pack, too.
Printing two to a page, these Christmas vocabulary flashcards are large enough to use for a classroom display or with groups of children.
These smaller versions of our Christmas flashcards print 4 to a page and cover 12 popular Christmas words.
Here's a set of printable flashcards, 2 to a sheet of A4, with some of our lovely Christmas illustrations.
These Christmas picture flashcards are big enough to be held up before a group. They can be used by teachers of any language to teach Christmas vocabulary.
There are four versions of this Christmas treats fill in the blanks booklet, so whether you want colour or black and white, or whether you prefer to use gift or present, there is a version for you.
Our Christmas vocabulary matching cards can be cut horizontally only and folded in half to make them double sided, or cut out individually for matching games and activities - making them very versatile and useful!
We've brainstormed a whole bunch of vocabulary for your Christmas activities - 38 words in total! We've also included two blank cards for to you add extra words if you like.
Print and laminate our Christmas word mat to use as a dinner mat for children learning to read, or to keep on the table or desk to help in festive writing projects.