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The huge collection of End of Term activities might also be of interest to you.
Christmas activities make those December Maths lessons interesting, exciting and relevant. Whether mathematical activities are presented in a Christmas themed way or, due to the festive mood, normal mathematics learning is replaced with puzzles, games and seasonal fun, you can be sure that we have some excellent ideas for you here on the Transum website.
That last week of term before the Christmas holiday is the perfect time to ensure that pupils develop a delight in mathematics by seeing it in an exciting, enjoyable and engaging way (more exciting, enjoyable and engaging than the rest of the term that is!).
Tangram Christmas Tree: Accurately construct a tangram puzzle then use it to make a Christmas tree and answer a short quiz.
Xmas Facts and Figures: How long can Santa spend at each home delivering presents? This and other festive questions answered.
Xmas Wrapping Maths: Did you know there is a formula for calculating the amount of wrapping paper needed?
Pudding Weights: Fill in the gaps with the weights of the puddings. A printable worksheet.
Snowman Worksheet: This printable may help pupils work out how many different ways there are to spell snowman on the snow flake grid.
Xmas Ornaments Grids: Three different grids for the Christmas Ornaments puzzle.
Xmaths Card: A printable Christmaths card containing mathematical jokes and a puzzle.
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