Wednesday, December 2, 2015

23 Free Christmas Multiplication Worksheets and Printable or Online Games


While we're on Christmas "break" I thought it might be a good time to have my youngest two work on speeding up their multiplication facts. They both know them, but could be a lot faster at bringing up the answers.

We could drill the facts - but I always hated drills in school.  Since they know their times tables, but are just a little slow pulling up answers, I thought a quick (Christmas themed) daily review might do the trick.

I've been trying to have a worksheet or game printed out for the girls each morning, but its been tricky.  There are a lot of Christmas themed multiplication worksheets in the Google search, but not all the links lead to free worksheets, or multiplication worksheets, and some lead to...well...places I don't want to go.

Rather than battle it out each day, I took some time this afternoon to seek out and find enough free worksheets, and games (printable and playable online) to last from now until Christmas.  Many of them are freebies from Teachers pay Teachers.  They may not stay free forever, but once they're downloaded, they're yours.  I didn't run into any problems with any of the sites linked below, they all seem to be what they promise.

1. Math Mystery Multiplication - a multiply and color by answer sheet from teach-nology.com (double digit by single digit).

2. Math Salamander's Christmas Codebreaker - single digit multiplication, solve problems to decode message.

3. Polar Bear Multiply and Color - very simple, single digit from Classroom Jr.

4. Christmas Bunny Multiply and Color - multiply by 5's from Classroom Jr.

5. Mitten Math - match and color problems and answers, multiplying by 10.

6. Color by Number find the Missing Factor - a Christmas tree worksheet.

7. Santa Claus Mystery Picture - single digit, fill-in-the-graph.

8. Christmas Multiply - a free printable game from Teachers pay Teachers (you have to log-in to download freebie), a game from 2 players, needs counters to cover numbers.

9. Online Game - Holiday Fun, practice number facts, and decorate a gingerbread house.

10. Online Game - Merry Christmas Math Facts from ABCya. Choose a level, answer multiplication problems, and earn lights to decorate a house.

11. Online Game - Holiday Puzzle Pics - drag and drop puzzle pieces onto the correct answer spots to solve puzzle.

12. Online Game - Christmas Math Facts from A Kid's Heart - practice multiplication facts and uncover a Christmas puzzle.

13. Gingerbread Bump - a free printable game from Teachers pay Teachers (you need to log-in to download) a game for 2 or more players, needs counters to cover numbers, and 2 dice.

14. Peppermint Products - a free printable game from Teachers pay Teachers (you need to log-in to download)  a game for 2 or 3 players, needs counters to cover numbers.

15. Santa's Coal - a free printable card game from Teachers pay Teachers (you need to log-in to download) a game for 3-4 players.  You might want to laminate the cards.

16. Christmas Math Mystery Picture - Christmas Owl - a free, multiply and fill in the graph printable from Teachers pay Teachers (you need to log-in to download).

17. Christmas Tree Fact Triangles - from Teachers pay Teachers (you need to log-in to download)

18.  Multiples Light Up the Tree - free printable game for 2-3 players from Teachers pay Teachers (you need to log-in to download), requires three different colored crayons or colored pencils, a metal fastener, and a paper clip to make a spinner.

19. Christmas Mystery Picture - Mario, multiply and fill in the graph to reveal picture, from Teachers pay Teachers (you need to log-in to download).

20. Christmas Find a Line - A free print and play game from Teachers pay Teachers (you need to log-in to download).

21-23. Multiplication Trees - multiple free worksheets from Itsy Bitsy Fun.

5 comments:

Natalie PlanetSmartyPants said...

You are sharing some terrific ideas this December... just as any December prior. My daughter brought an interesting exercise from school where kids need to get to all factors of the numbers on the beehive in 1 minute - I think about 40 numbers in total. So far no luck getting to the end, but she is improving :)

Karin Huber said...

Thanks for this great collection! Have a nice time!

Angelic Scalliwags said...

Great fun ideas Leah! (I won't steal these for my youth group, though!)

maryanne @ mama smiles said...

I am loving the math-themed Christmas activities I am finding through blogs this year.

Ticia said...

Perfect, I needed some Christmas math for the kids.