Angel can be a tricky word to spell, but the kids can practise with our pretty angel jigsaw. Print onto some card, then cut down the lines into strips. Can the children spell the word correctly and make the picture?
Christmas Word Jigsaws
We have 3 different sets of Christmas word jigsaws to suit a range of ages. We have some ideas for how you could use them below;
- For the youngest children, work on one jigsaw at a time. Show the child the jigsaw before you cut it apart and study the word. Now jumble the letters slightly as see if they can put them back together again in the correct order.
- For more experienced readers, present the pieces in a pile and leave the child to work out the word.
- For confident readers or older children, give the child two or more jigsaws jumbled up together for a tougher challenge!
- As a rainy afternoon group activity, you could present a set of jigsaws, mixed up together, and ask for them all to be sorted out - possibly against the clock!
Store the jigsaws in envelopes with the words written on, or in resealable bags.
This lovely candle spelling jigsaw is perfect for the festive season! Simply print onto card, cut into strips then ask the kids to rearrange the pieces to spell the word.
Help the kids learn to spell CHRISTMAS with this gorgeous woodland scene jigsaw. Just print it onto card and then slice along the vertical lines. Children can use the letters at the bottom to spell the word.
This pretty Christmas spelling jigsaw would make a lovely Christmas activity for the kids, and you could even print it onto some card and put it in a gift box or bag as a little stocking filler.
Print this tree spelling jigsaw on to card and cut out along the dotted lines. You could put it in a pretty box or bag for a Christmas stocking filler!
Here are two pretty Christmas word jigsaws for the words "angel" and "bells". Print onto card and cut apart on the wavy lines. Now ask the kids to rebuild the words!
A cake and a candle are the next two Christmas word jigsaws. Just print onto card and cut apart on the wavy lines. Now put them back together again!
Two more printable Christmas word jigsaws, with the words "candy cane" and "decorations". Print into card, then cut apart along the wavy lines. Rebuilding the words is excellent practice for the kids.
Print out two little Christmas word jigsaws, holly and gingerbread, and then cut on the wavy lines. it is great word-building practice to put them back together again!
Here are two more printable Christmas word jigsaws, this time for mistletoe and pudding. Simple print out onto card and cut along the wavy lines. Now give to the kids to put the letters back into the right order and build the words.
Print our reindeer and snowflake word jigsaw out onto card at Christmas. Cut along the wavy lines. The children must build the words back together again, with the help of the picture.
Two more printable Christmas word jigsaws, this time of a stocking and a snowman. Print onto card and cut out along the wavy lines. Children now put them back together again, building familiarity with the spelling at the same time!
Print out these Christmas word jigsaws - a Christmas tree and Christmas wreath - onto card, and then cut along the dotted lines. Each segment of the jigsaw now has a letter on it. The children must put the jigsaw back together in the right order to spell the word.
Two more of our lovely printable Christmas word jigsaws, this time featuring some relatively simple words - "Santa" and "gift". Print onto card and then cut along the wavy lines.
Elf is a nice short word for the kids to learn to spell! Print onto card then slice down the vertical lines to make this spelling jigsaw.
Here's a fun way to practise spelling this Christmas. Print out the beautiful Christmas room scene, in colour or black-and-white. Then simply cut along the vertical lines and let the children re-assemble it to spell the word FESTIVE.
This fantastic spelling jigsaw would make a lovely homemade stocking filler for the kids. Print onto some good quality card, then slice down the vertical lines and put into a small bag or envelope to keep the pieces together.
This lovely, simple holly spelling jigsaw would make a lovely stocking filler! Print onto some card and slice down the lines, then pop into a small bag or box.
This reindeer spelling jigsaw makes a perfect last minute stocking filler, or a fun surprise if you're filling your own advent calendar this year. Choose from our coloured or black and white versions, print onto card then slice down the vertical lines to make the jigsaw.
Print this appealing robin spelling jigsaw onto some card, and cut along the vertical dotted lines. Now when your child puts the picture back together again, they will be teaching themselves how to spell the word robin.
Learn to spell the word skating with this fun printable jigsaw. Print out onto good quality card and slice along the vertical lines. Now when the kids put it back together again, they will make a lovely ice rink scene!
This winter spelling jigsaw is a fun activity to do inside on a cold winter's day! Print onto some card (and colour in if you choose the black and white version), then slice down the vertical lines. The kids need to spell the word correctly to reassemble the cosy winter scene!