SMARTBoard Christmas Holiday Resources

Here is a collection of Christmas Holiday Resources for your SMART Board Interactive Whiteboard. You are welcome to download and share the custom word search Notebook files. 

New! – Searching For the North Pole vocabulary activity.

Build Your own snowmanCute-snowman

Ten Little Snowmen Reading Activity

Four fun Christmas activities 

Reindeer Orchestra

Snowflake Designer

Christmas Tree Count Math Challenge

Santa Count Math Challenge

Put Rudolph back together

Build a snowman

Snow Line Game

Christmas Carol notebook file

Christmas Letters notebook file

Twas the Night Before Christmas Storyboard

Christmas Activities: Language arts students in grades 1–3 can complete Christmas word games and crossword puzzles, and even build a snowman!

Christmas Math Fun: Math students in grades 4–6 can practice addition and subtraction, money, and time word problems. 

Build a Snowman by Think Bank

Build a Snowman from Patricia Knox – Frosty Readers 2001

Christmas Clip Art from ABCTeach

Notebook Lessons for Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanzaa, and Festivus from TeqSmart (registration required)

The Gingerbread Man With Everything (Build your own Gingerbread man) by Sprint

Holiday Learning Resource – EFL Games

Online Christmas Holiday stories in Santa’s Secret Village (recommended)

Create a Snowflake and share it with others by Popular Front

Celebrate Winter Holiday from Scholastic


Custom Christmas Word Search / Riddle Puzzles

How many reindeer guide Santa’s sleigh? (eight)

Polar Express: What advice does the conductor give? (Believe)

*Recommended* What do all these words help us achieve? (peace)

How long should a reindeer’s legs be? (Just long enough to reach the ground)

Who sang praises from on high? (the heavenly host of angels)

Who are the “Six White Boomers” (Kangaroos pulling Santa’s sleigh)

Who led Santa through the Wintery Snow to deliver packages to young children? (Rudolph)

Qu’est-ce que le Père Noël aime manger? (les buscuits)

What does Santa have that’s red as a cherry? (his nose)

Wie heißt der Abend vom 24. Dezember? (Heiligabend)

In what country do people write letters to Father Christmas? (England)

Why is a SMART Board smart? (It’s smart because no one is bored)

Something to think about other than gifts during the holidays (Your health)

One last resource is a ESL/ELL Christmas Flash-Card application created in Notebook 10. I also put in a custom word search puzzle on the last few pages. Enjoy!

Merry Christmas!

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