Get ideas and inspiration for the holiday season with these Kindergarten Christmas Activities that will make planning easy!
Need some ideas for your kindergarten classroom for this holiday season? Here are some different Kindergarten Christmas activities that you can try out over the next few weeks:
Create some Christmas transient art using some shape cutouts and loose parts. Our students loved making patterns, and decorating the different items.
This is a fun STEM challenge that uses Lego. Jingle Bell Run has students make a maze using the blocks, then try to get a bell through the maze by tilting the Lego plate. This was a huge hit with our students, and they got so creative!
Need another way to work on sight words? This Christmas Tree Sight Word center is so much fun! Students create their Christmas trees using the pieces, then record the sight words that they used. This has been a major hit every year!
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We made these fun chocolate spoons as Christmas gifts for families. I brought a crock pot to school and students dipped and sprinkled their own spoon. So cute and a fun experience for our students.
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Need to practice letter recognition and formation? This Letter Jingle activity is perfect! There are lots of different recording pages to choose from, so you can easily differentiate this center.
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I bought these green cups and challenged our students to build the tallest Christmas Tree that they could. We recorded how tall they could make it, and compared their answers. This was a fun way to work on a variety of skills.
Use snap cubes to work on a variety of math skills in this Christmas Counting Cube Activities pack. Number sense, counting, measuring and more!
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More Kindergarten Chritmas Activirties
Need more ideas? Head over to my store and see what else I have Christmas! You could do a Class Book, Colour Around the Room, Building Block STEM Challenges, Unplugged Coding and more!
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