Solve the maths problems to work out how many squares Father Christmas should move around this "treasure map" in order to find his lost key. Time to brush up those times tables!
Here is a different sort of puzzle, which asks children to count carefully in an attempt to help Father Christmas find a lost key. There is practice of up, down, left and right too.
Solve some simple addiiton problems (up to 10) to help Father Christmas find his lost key! This puzzle is so much fun that the kids won't even realise they are practising their maths skills too...
For these puzzles, or "challenges", the children have to find 18 addition problems within the grid, either horizontally or vertically, circle them and write the problems below. We've provided 2 examples on each grid to get them started.
For these interesting puzzles we've created a grid of random numbers and pulled out "chunks" or shapes of numbers for the kids to try to find. They can then colour them in or outline them.
For those of you who enjoy a sunny, warm Christmas, here is Father Christmas enjoying a little rest and relaxation in your neck of the woods! Or perhaps this is what Santa gets up to in the summer holidays ...
Scroll down for all our animal pages listed alphabetically. For many of the animals and other creatures you find below we will have a full range of colouring pages, crafts, printables and other activities - just click on the links to explore.
Wish yourself a "very merry Christmas" by taking the time to enjoy this lovely Christmas colouring page. We've left a border around it for framing and I can imagine how pretty it would look hanging during the festive season in a simple frame.