# Christmas Word Problems – Decorate a Christmas Tree with math

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Have fun decorating the Christmas tree by solving theseÂ Christmas word problems. This Christmas Math is such a fun Christmas Math Printable and activity for Kindergarten and first grade students to practice addition and subtraction during the holiday season in December. Simply download the pdf file for hands on math manipulatives and printable task cards.

In addition to decorating your Christmas tree, you can decorate this math Christmas tree using our freeÂ Christmas Word Problems printables to sneak in some fun Christmas math during December. Use this fun math activity for kindergartners and grade 1 students. Normally, the day after Thanksgiving our Christmas tree goes up, and our Christmas season has officially begun. It is a family event, with lots of excitement and normally at least one broken ornament. Despite the chaos and shattered glass, I can honestly say I love this joyful time with my children.

Since my kiddos enjoy this tradition so much I decided to get some math in while they decorate their own paper Christmas tree. This activity has word problems that instruct them on how to decorate their tree. After the children have decorated the tree they get to solve questions that ask them how many or how much more.

## Christmas math worksheets pdf

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> Download <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the template.

## Christmas word problems 2nd grade

Print off all pages on card stock. You will need four copies of the page that has the ornaments on it. (Page 3)

Cut out each ornament and place the ornaments that are the same in snack bags. For example, place all the candles in one bag, and place all the bows in a different one.

Next, carefully use scissors to cut out the word problems and laminate so that students may write their equations on them.

For further organization, grab a plastic dish that has dividers. When it is time to do the activity you can put different ornaments in each section. This will minimize the time searching for a specific ornament.

## Christmas word problems 1st grade

The first 12 word problems are all addition problems. They instruct the children to place two different types of decorations on the tree and then figure out the total amount of decorations on the tree. My kindergartner would decorate his tree, use the word problem to fill in the addends, and then count the decorations on his tree to figure out the sum.

There also 12 subtraction problems to solve. Some require students to add two different decorations and then decide how many more of one decoration there are. Other just require students to add decorations and then take some away. They then figure out how many are left.

## Christmas Math

Christmas is such a fun and exciting time. Enjoy working on problem-solving while decorating Christmas trees that won’t have you cleaning up broken ornaments!!! You’ve Got This

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## Christmas story problems

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#### Beth Gorden

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• sarah says:

Love it! just wanted to let you know that Angels is spelt incorrectly in the activity. it actually says angles ðŸ™‚

• D says:

I am having trouble figuring out how to print this.