Welcome to the Math Salamanders Christmas Math Games page.
Here you will find a wide range of free printable Math games for Christmas that will enrich your child's math learning whilst hopefully having fun at the same time.
Here you will find a range of math Christmas Games from kindergarten and upwards.
Each game is graded from the lowest grade that it is suitable for. However, many games that are suitable for younger children can also be enjoyed and played by older children who may be able to play the game with a higher level of skill and strategy.
Each game also comes complete with a list of instructions and special items needed to play.
Using games is a great way to learn Math facts and develop mental calculation skills in a fun and easy way.
Children will pick up a whole range of skills through playing games naturally and informally.
Encouraging your child to play math games and puzzles like sodoku and chess will also help develop their logical reasoning.
Using these math games below will help your child to develop their Math fact skills as well as their strategic thinking and memory skills.
Have fun using these free Christmas Math games...we hope you enjoy them!
Make the Christmas tree is a matching game suitable for pre-kindergarten children.
The aim of the game is to complete your Christmas tree first by rolling a dice. You match up the number on the dice with a part of the tree which you then collect.
Make the Christmas Tree
Will you be the first to complete your Christmas picture?
This game involves rolling a dice to see which part of the picture you get to complete.
It is a game which does not require any skill to play.
The first player to complete their picture wins the game.
Can you help Captain Salamander with his Snowman trouble?
This 2 player game involves using strategy to try to help Captain Salamander to cross over a snow-covered field whilst several snowmen try to catch and trap him.
One player takes on the role of Captain Salamander, whilst the other player controls the snowmen.
This strategy game works well with kids from any age from kindergarten to Grade 5 and beyond!
Will you be the first to climb up the Christmas tree?
This 2 player Christmas math game involves using strategy to try to be the first player to get all your snowmen up to the top of the Christmas tree.
Each player controls up to 4 snowmen who start their journey at the bottom of the tree.
The aim of the game is to get all of your snowmen to the top first!
Climb the Christmas Tree
This Christmas Math game is a dice game that using rolls on the dice to make different answers.
The aim of the game is to roll the dice and make a number from 0 to 8 using the numbers on the dice (adding, subtracting, multiplying, etc.)
The winner is the first player to complete their tree!
For this game you will need 2 dice and some counters.
Christmas Tree Cover Up
Freeze the Snowman has been warmed up too much.
The aim of the game is to get him back to 0°C. Each turn, players can take away either 0°C, 1°C,2°C, 3°C, or 4°C. The player who gets him back to 0°C is the winner!
This game is very simple to play, but can involve a lot of strategy at a higher level!
Freeze the Snowman Game 2 is a harder version of Game 1, with subtraction up to -10°C.
Freeze the Snowman
Christmas Tree 3 Dice Cover Up is a dice game for children from about 3rd grade and upwards.
The aim of this Christmas math game is to use the numbers on the dice, along with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to make different numbers on the board. The player who has covered up most of the numbers on the tree at the end of the game is the winner.
Christmas Tree 3 Dice Cover Up!
We have a wide selection of Christmas worksheets suitable for kids of all ages.
Here is our selection of Christmas Math Challenges from 1st grade and upwards.
There are a range of challenges including code breaking, word problems, and word finding Christmas Math Challenges.
Each challenge is carefully graded and comes complete with answers.
Here you will find a further selection of Christmas Math activities and challenges.
Using these sheets will help your child to learn a range of math skills from adding and subtracting and matching numbers to using co-ordinattes.
We also have a selection of color-in Christmas worksheets.
There are writing and coloring, color-in and color-by-number sheets for your child to enjoy.
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