Wow! It really doesn’t seem that a whole year has passed since we last wrote about Christmas worksheets, but we have achieved a great deal over the last year and there is much more on its way.
We have published a large number of worksheets for the latest KS2 Arithmetic Paper and with more to come in January we should have covered every type of question that has come up in the latest format of testing. We will also be working on the Reasoning Paper in the new year. Also in January we will be publishing a whole range of practice sheets for the KS1 Arithmetic Paper – keep an eye open for these.
Our English Grammar category has also increased hugely during the last year and there is plenty more to come in 2017.
But, back to Christmas and we are pleased to say that all our Christmas resources are free to print for anyone with a trial or subscription. There are plenty of them and are ideal for fitting around time spent rehearsing Christmas carols, nativity plays etc.
Our English resources include two crosswords, one with picture clues and one with words: but the answers are almost identical. ‘Muddled Letters’ to make Christmas words are always harder than they look, but there are lots of illustrations to draw. Best of all we have a whole series of pages to see what words can be made from the words ‘CHRISTMAS TREE’. It’s surprising just how many there are, but there are clues to help you along the way, which in some ways makes it even harder. New pages include missing word activities for Christmas carols.
These can all be found free of charge in our English: Further Resources: Special Occasions category.
There is also plenty of Christmas Maths. For the youngest children we have some fun ‘counting stockings and hats’, together with halving small numbers with Christmas illustrations.
Christmas is usually an expensive time of year and this is reflected in our special Christmas shopping pages. They range in difficulty from counting in steps of 10 pence when buying tree decorations to finding change from £2 or from £10 after buying a selection of Christmas goodies.
If you prefer some challenges, then why not try our Christmas Tree Stars, Christmas Tree Addition or Snowflake number pages?