Math is always much more fun when it has to do with everyday and even holiday happenings. Measuring pie ingredients or Christmas trees, counting out cookies or ribbons and strings. Budgeting for gifts and menu planning. Routes, miles and gas prices for a trip to Grandpa and Grandma’s house.
Today’s post if full of holiday things and free printables to help you enjoy your Christmas Math.
Easy STEM Projects
- Christmas Tree Engineering (bolts, screws and rubber bands)
- Cardboard Christmas Tree
- Playdough and Straws Christmas Tree
- Cups and Ice Christmas Trees
- Build a Gum Drop Christmas Tree
Tree Math Activities
- Count your christmas ornaments
- Measure the outside of your house and divide by the length of a string of Christmas lights to find out how many strings you need to go all the way around
- Measure Your Fir
- Christmas symbol scavenger hunt
- Candy and trees Christmas counting game
Free Math Printables
- Free printable Nativity pattern block mats
- Christmas size sequencing printable cards
- Free hot chocolate counting mats (1-20)
- Free Grinch cards for math facts, colors, sight words and more
- Free Printable Olaf Snowman building dice game
- Free dot-to-dot snowman and other Christmas scenes
- Free geometric 3-D snowman pattern printable
- Free Christmas Math Game Board printables
- Free no-prep math sheets and games, several grades
- Free realistic money printables – great for budget and gift planning math
- Free Christmas addition worksheets
You can also follow our Math Board on Pinterest for more ideas, tips and printables:
Follow Katie @ Paradise Praises’s board Homeschool::Math on Pinterest.
This post is part of our Teaching Christmas Around the World Series for 5 Days of Autumn Learning Activities. See the other posts by clicking the link below:
If you have any Christmas Math activities you use, please share in the comments below.