Choose and manipulate shapes to create a festive tree. Click on shapes to add them to the canvas. Change the shapes by using the tools on the left-hand bar. Enlarge or decrease in size, apply different colours, rotate, erase. To replicate a shape, click the magic wand tool then the shape.
Stack the presents in size order then post down the correct chimneys. Position the presents on the sleigh in order of size, largest at the bottom. On the following screens, choose the correctly-sized present to fit down each chimney
Calculate differences to catch the presents. The popular 12 Games of Christmas are now free on TES iboard. Carry out difference calculations to catch the presents (includes positive to negative differences).
Produce a complete Christmas card, including design, message, address label and stamp. This activity helps pupils produce a complete Christmas card, including the design for the front of the card and a message for inside, as well as an address label and stamp for the envelope. Choose from two backgrounds and construct a scene using the objects. Clicking on the rectangles at the top of the screen will enable you to write the address and the content (use the word bank help or type into the…
Carry out mental addition and win carrots for Rudolph.The popular 12 Games of Christmas are now free on TES iboard. Perform quick mental addition to help Santa and Rudolph. Includes a fun reward game after 10 correct calculations. 4 levels of differentiation. Includes missing number questions. This is an online version of our popular iPhone and iPad apps and is best viewed on those devices - download them for free from the app store.
A writing frame for a present list for Father Christmas. A literacy activity for Christmas - write a present list for Father Christmas. You can drag all the word labels provided or simply type into the shaded and highlighted boxes on the writing frame. If you use labels, the loud speaker symbol can be used to read the text.
Scenes to re-tell the Nativity story. Click on the scenes at the bottom and add characters and props. Optionally, there is a space for pupils to type in the story in their own words. The main events of the story are told in brief on an overlay screen.