Merry Christmas from Math-Drills.Com where our gift to you is a page of Christmas math worksheets! On this page you will find a selection of Christmas math worksheets and regular math worksheets decorated with Christmas ornaments.
Some of the Christmas math worksheets may be fairly large due to the number of images included. We hope you enjoy this page and we wish you the best of the season! Have a very Merry Christmas and enjoy your time with family and friends.
A variety of Christmas math worksheets on a variety of math topics.
The Santa's Route activity is quite a challenge to complete if you are interested in the "correct" answer to the last question. Note that it took a mathematician to find the "correct" solution. So please, read the note on the answer page and look at the question as open-ended. Otherwise, this worksheet can give your students an enjoyable activity in data analysis.
A small selection of number patterns worksheets on Christmas themes. The Elves Number Patterns worksheet is a more standard type of patterning worksheet where students identify and continue a pattern. The Reindeer Patterns is a bit more challenging because students look for the mistakes in number patterns and fix them.
You may enjoy our Christmas graph paper as you can do soooo much with graph paper, not just graphing. Use it for just about every topic in math and your students will most likely like the visual aspect of the math. For example, try multiplication facts with graph paper by making rectangles, coloring them, and finding the answers by counting. The coordinate geometry activity is a little more involved, but should be fun for students who have some experience with coordinate geometry.
Christmas arithmetic worksheets including adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing and order of operations worksheets with Christmas themes.
The "Santa's List Addition" worksheets have a challenging bonus on them which requires adding long columns of numbers. Challenge your students to complete addition in their head, say using a left-to-right addition algorithm, instead of with paper and pencil. For more proficient students, make mental addition a game by having speed competitions.
The "What's in the Gift?" worksheet is really a bit of pre-algebra, but we have put it into a subtraction section because really, most students who know subtraction facts will be able to figure out the missing terms.
The "What's in the Gift?" multiplication worksheets challenge students to figure out what number is missing in each multiplication question. There are a variety of levels to appeal to students who have grasped different parts of the multiplication tables.
The What's in the Gift division worksheets encourage students to apply their multiplication facts to division and algebraic situations. Choose a level that is appropriate for your student. These worksheets should ideally be done mentally as review or practice.