Here's our 4th page of little Christmas challenges - 6 more to keep the brains working over the holidays! Tackle the whole page or cut them up into squares and try one at a time. There's a good mix here so that all ages can expect a bit of a challenge!
Ho ho ho! Can you help Santa find his way through each maze to find the presents and his sleigh? Some of the mazes in this pack are quite tricky, so they're a great challenge for older children. We've included the solutions if they need a little help...
Mazes are a great way to keep the kids busy in the run-up to Christmas, and the ones in this pack all have a fun festive theme. Can you help Santa through the maze to the presents and his sleigh? If it gets too tricky they can use the solutions for help...
Mazes are a great way to help children develop their problem solving and analytical skills. These Christmas mazes are also a lot of fun too - can the kids help Santa find the presents and his sleigh?
This fun Christmas pack has lots of mazes to keep the children occupied. The mazes in the pack get slightly more difficult each time, so the children can build their confidence then tackle the trickiest one at the end! We've included the solutions too.
Using number lines to allow children to "hop" along the line is another way to practice addition by counting on. These 2 worksheets include a simple number line for the children to use as they solve the addition problems given.
Have fun practising handwriting with this set of copywork printables, which has a page for each verse of The Twelve Days of Christmas. It might be a nice idea to do one page a day, and then you'll end up with a lovely collection after twelve days.
This set of 4 worksheets helps children practice addition by counting on - counting on 1, 2 or 3 to get double digit figures up to 20. Each worksheet builds on the previous one.