# 15 Excellent Math Worksheets All Centered Around The Theme Of Christmas

Math is such an important set of skills for children to develop that will seep into so many aspects of their lives as they become older, especially when they reach adulthood.

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But the true key to getting them to wrap their heads around the topics lies not just in explaining things very clearly, but also in getting them to use and demonstrate their knowledge through workbooks and worksheets.

And the more engaging these worksheets are, the better the lessons will sink in, which is necessary for using the knowledge in the future.

That’s where articles like this one come in. Here we have compiled a list of math worksheets that are all centered around the theme of Christmas, which should help to attract their attention and make the various activities feel like fun rather than a chore.

All the worksheets mentioned in the following list are all free to download, print, and use.

They cover a range of different abilities and aren’t listed in any particular order. Here goes!

## 1) Christmas Cartesian Art Santa Worksheets

With these worksheets, kids can use their skills in reading Cartesian graph coordinates on one worksheet to draw several lines on another worksheet, which, if done correctly, should achieve a good drawing of Santa’s face, complete with hat and beard. Then, if the child wishes, they can color the picture in.

To access these worksheets, simply click on this link. There you will also see a YouTube tutorial demonstrating how to use the worksheets.

## 2) 12 Days Of Christmas Times Tables Worksheets

These worksheets incorporate the very well known song “12 Days Of Christmas” to get kids learning their times tables.

Each of the 12 worksheets features pictures of the gifts in the correct amounts, but in 30 instances.

The child can then work out multiples of each number by counting the pictures. It’s super simple, and very effective.

To access these worksheets, simply click on this link and scroll down to the relevant section.

There you will then see all 12 worksheets from the partridge in a pear tree right the way through to the 12 drummers drumming.

## 3) Santa’s Route in Miles Math Worksheets

This activity requires the use of two worksheets. On one worksheet there is a chart displaying all the distances between 12 of the main cities in the world.

On the other sheet, beneath a picture of Santa being pulled on a sleigh by his reindeer with his sack of toys in tow, there are 3 different questions that are geared toward getting kids to be able to read, understand, and interpret the route distance chart.

To access these worksheets, simply click on this link.

## 4) Ordering/Sorting Numbers 0 to 10 on a Christmas Tree

This is a great math worksheet for younger kids. It features a picture of a big Christmas tree, complete with 7 differently decorated baubles.

The child is then tasked with underlining the bauble with the largest number.

Then they can turn their attention to the section underneath, where they need to write the numbers of 10 baubles in their logical sequence from greatest to least.

Then they get to design their own ornament. Super fun.

To access this worksheet, simply click on this link.

## 5) Christmas Word Problems Math Worksheet

When children are faced with number problems in the real world, they aren’t always in the form of numerical figures and sums, and they may need to consider clock times or different types of coins.

That is why it is important they learn to apply their mathematical ability in different scenarios. And this is where worksheets that feature math word problems come in.

This worksheet features 10 different math word problems, and answers are provided on a separate sheet.

To access this worksheet, simply click on this link. Here you  will also find the corresponding answer sheet.

## 6) Open the Present Equivalent Fractions Worksheet

This colorful worksheet features 5 math questions in the form of equivalent fractions.

And on one side of the equals sign there’s a present in place of either the numerator on the top of the fraction or in place of the denominator on the bottom of the fraction.

The child has to guess or work out what is in the present, which will be a specific number.

To access this worksheet, simply click on this link. Here you  will also find the corresponding answer sheet.

## 7) What’s in the Gift? Subtraction (Differences to 9) Worksheet

This is an excellent math worksheet for young kids because it only requires them to know their numbers one through to 10, so they can do all their working out using their fingers and thumbs.

There are loads of subtraction sums on the sheet, and on each sum the number has been replaced with a colorful Christmas present, and the child has to guess or work out what number is being represented by the present.

To access this worksheet, simply click on this link. Here you  will also find the corresponding answer sheet.

## 8) Mischievous Elves Christmas Missing Digits Worksheet

This is a math worksheet with a difference. It builds on the ever growing trend of mischievous elves.

Mischievous elves have hidden one or even two digits from all the sums on the page, and the kid has to work out what the missing numbers should be.

The sheet requires knowledge about the addition and subtraction of double figures and the multiplication of single digit figures.

It also features several colorful Christmas motifs dotted throughout.

To access this worksheet, simply click on this link. Here you  will also find the corresponding answer sheet.

## 9) Christmas Math Comparing Numbers Worksheets (Greater Than/Less Than) Worksheet

Before a child can even begin to do math, in addition to being able to count, they also have to be able to recognize when a number is greater than or less than another number.

For example, to work out if they have enough money for candy.

And these worksheets are designed to test such knowledge and to introduce them to the mathematical symbols denoting inequality.

To access these worksheets, simply click on this link

## 10) Christmas Math Activity – Santa Race and Trace Worksheet Game

This Christmas themed worksheet makes math fun and engaging by getting kids to play a fun game.

The worksheet can be used to make a spin-the-wheel gadget with just the aid of some scissors and a paperclip and pencil.

The children need to identify the number and write it down in the grid provided on their worksheet. The first student to write 5 numbers in a row can be declared the winner.

We recommend coloring Santa and his spinning wheel.

To access these worksheets, simply click on this link

## 11) Christmas Math Activity Color By Number Worksheet

This is an excellent math worksheet for younger children and special needs children because it requires little numerical ability, and only asks that the children recognize the numbers involved.

The theme is Christmas morning, and the teacher or parent can build a story around the pictures about a young boy waking up on Christmas morning to discover that he has a new train set.

The children then color the two drawings of a boy in pajamas and his train set, based on the code provided on the worksheet underneath the pictures.

To access this worksheet, simply click on this link.

## 12) How Many Can You Find Christmas Math Worksheets

This very colorful set of worksheets features several nice, Christmas themed pictures of things like presents, snowmen, holly, bells and candy canes.

On the first sheet the child simply counts how many they have of each and write the number in the corresponding box.

On the 2nd sheet they circle the correct number corresponding to the amounts of each picture on the left.

On the 3rd sheet they use their adding skills to answer the sums, and on the 4th sheet, they draw lines matching the amounts in pictures to the corresponding figure and written form of the number.

To access these worksheets, simply click on this link

## 13) Christmas Math Addition And Subtraction Worksheets

These very basic math worksheets are great for young kids because they require them to read a little and get to grips with basic math word problems.

And they’re particularly engaging and fun because they feature several pictures for the child to color in once they are done with the math.

To access these worksheets, simply click on this link

## 14) Candy Cane Match – Counting to 5 Christmas Math Worksheet

This worksheet is perfect for really young kids who are just starting to learn to count.

All the kids have to do is count the number of candy canes, and then draw a line from each bunch of candy canes to the correct digit on the left. Then they get to color the candy canes in.

To access this worksheet, simply click on this link.

## 15) Christmas Symmetry Math Worksheets

Each of these entertaining worksheets features half a picture of a Christmas tree, snowman and present respectively, and the children must use their knowledge of symmetry to complete the three drawings.

And then they get to color them in.

To access these worksheets, simply click on this link

## Final Thoughts

So, as you can see there are some great free worksheets around on the theme of Christmas to get children practicing their math.

And at very differing levels of ability to boot. But this selection only scratches the surface and there is a great deal more out there.

Enjoy!