Use logic to fill this Christmas sudoku grid with the letters which spell SLEIGH!
Santa Claus Puzzles
Enjoy these Santa themed puzzles and mazes - perfect for filling up the odd moment in the Christmas classroom or keeping kids entertained during the holidays.
This jolly looking Santa Claus is ready for Christmas! This complete the picture activity would be great combined with writing a letter to Santa on our Christmas writing paper, or as a quick classroom filler when children are getting fidgety!
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...
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!
How many words can the kids make out of the letters in FATHER CHRISTMAS? Challenge yourself or race against friends...
Can you help Father Christmas find his way through the maze to the Christmas tree? He passes lots of nice presents on the way!
Here's a fun way to learn how to draw Santa - and it is great for copying and concentration too! Copy each square of the picture on the left over to the empty grid on the right...
Don't tell the kids what the picture is on this puzzle sheet and let them have fun as they fill in the grid square by square. The pdf contains the puzzle and also an answer sheet.
Follow the dots 1-10 to complete Santa's beard. A fun way to get young children counting and practising pencil control!
Santa Claus needs completing and all you have to do is join the dots! You can colour in the picture too...
There are 110 dots to join on this mega dot-to-dot Santa Claus puzzle! Perfect for keeping older kids busy while they wait for Christmas...
With 68 dots to join, this is one of our more challenging dot to dot puzzles - can the kids follow the numbers to draw Santa Claus?
How many smaller words can you make with the letters in SANTA CLAUS? This is fun for kids to do on their own, but also great as a classroom challenge...perhaps against the clock.
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.