The 12 Days of Christmas: Day 6 (Santa Day)

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Tuesday was Santa day in our 12 days of Christmas! If you missed my other posts and want to start back at the beginning– click here. Please note: Any Amazon links in this post are affiliate links.

We began our morning by reading the book “How to Catch Santa“. It’s such a fun book! My kids loved it!

After that we practiced using transition words as we wrote a little paragraph about how we would go about catching him. The kids were totally into it!

You could easily incorporate a study about Santa around the world– like what is he called in other countries, etc. Here is a freebie you can use to have your students take some notes and write a quick summary of facts!

Later in the day we crafted these adorable multiplication Santas from Not So Wimpy Teacher. I like them because you can pick which set of multiplication problems you want your kids to work on (a good way to differentiate).

Lastly, I created a set of multiply and color sheets– and one of characters is Santa! These can be found in my TPT store– you get 4 pages (plus answer keys) in the download:

You can find that product by clicking the picture or clicking here.

I also have them for 2nd graders– in an add/subtract version! You can find those HERE.

One last activity your students may enjoy involves measurement! Students measure Santa’s cookies– then sort them and make a graph! It’s a great way to incorporate many necessary 3rd grade math skills!

Thank you for stopping by– and I hope you’re enjoying the last few days before break!

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