Here is some cute Christmas writing paper that's perfect for cat lovers! There are two festive felines adorning this fun writing paper, and we have three versions to choose from below...
Use this pretty Christmas Carols writing paper to write down a list of your favourite Carols, for some copy work copying Christmas Carol lyrics or even as a programme for a school or church Carol service.
Here's a simple picture comprehension worksheet that even younger children can try. Can the kids study the pretty Christmas woods picture and answer some questions about what they see? We've included the answers too...
We've turned this beautiful Christmas village illustration into a simple picture comprehension worksheet for the kids. Can they answer a few questions based on the picture? We've included the answers in case they need a little help...
This picture comprehension is a fun end of term Christmas activity for the kids to try. Can they study the pretty Christmas scene then answer a few questions all about what they see?
This fun Christmas room picture comprehension will get the kids excited about Christmas whilst testing their observation skills too! There are some simple questions to answer, and we've also asked them to write the opening sentence of a story set in the room...
Just to make sure that Father Christmas doesn't forget to visit, print out this sign and put it on display somewhere that he is sure to see it! You could laminate it to keep it safe and use it again next year.
Children sometimes worry that Santa won't be able to find their house, especially if there isn't a chimney. Print this fun sign and display it prominently so that he knows to visit on Christmas Eve.
Make sure that Santa pays a visit to your house by printing and displaying this fun Christmas sign! You could laminate it and attach to the front door, or even fix it to a post in the front garden...
This "I've been good!" is a cute sign to hang up at Christmas - perhaps on your child's door or at the foot of the bed!
Father Christmas will definitely know that he should be paying a visit to the children of the house that displays this Father Christmas Welcome sign!
Print this lovely Christmas sign and display it by the fireplace with a special snack - perhaps a carrot - for Santa to give to his reindeer as a thank you for all their hard work on Christmas Eve.
One strategy to help children add 2 numbers, when the first number is less than 10, is to redistribute the number to "make 10" and then add 10 to the remainder.
A sufganiyot is a type of round doughnut filled with jelly and covered with powdered sugar, eaten around the word for the festival of Hannukkah. This poster features a tray of these tasty treats!
Here's a beautiful poster of a menorah, the nine-branched candelabrum lit during the eight-day holiday of Hanukkah. Print and use for Hanukkah displays and topic work.
Latkes are a shallow-fried pancake usually made from shredded potatoes, eggs, onions and salt, cooked on Hanukkah to commemorate the miracle of the menorah oil in the Jewish temple. Print this poster to use as part of a Hanukkah display, or for projects and crafts.
We've got three variations of this colourful Happy Hanukkah writing paper, so it's perfect for lots of different Hanukkah writing projects. Choose from blank, lined or with handwriting lines.
This colourful Happy Hanukkah poster cleverly features a menorah in place of the letter 'u', and is perfect for brightening up any Hanukkah display at home or in the classroom.
Here's a pretty and colourful poster wishing everyone a Happy Hanukkah! Lovely to display at home or in the classroom...