This must be one of our prettiest match up activities! Can the children match up the pairs of sparkly Christmas baubles?
More Christmas Puzzles
Lots NEW! Here are a few more Christmas puzzles for kids, which don't fit into the other categories on our Christmas puzzles page. But that's not to say that they aren't worth having a go at ...
Can the kids complete the path to help Santa find his way to the house to deliver presents? Path sections must be straight lines or corners, and the path must not cross itself! There are numbers n the grid to show the number of squares in each row or column containing a section of path.
Ask the children to analyse the festive black shadows on the right and match them with the Christmas pictures on the left. It's a great way to practise visual and matching skills, and lots of fun too...
This colourful Christmas match-up puzzle is a fun activity to keep kids busy while you wait for Christmas to arrive! Match the pairs of Christmas stockings to find the odd one out.
In what order should you be placing the ornaments on the Christmas tree? Kids can have a guess first, then trace the lines with their fingers or a pencil to see if they were right.
In this "pair them up" puzzle, the Christmas decorations are pointing in different directions, so the kids will need to look carefully to match some of them up.
All but three of the Christmas decorations below have a pair. Can you match them up and then find the 3 that don't?
Crack the code to work out what Oliver has asked Santa to bring him this Christmas. We haven't provided any clues at all, so children will need to think about how they might write a letter to Santa to get them started.