Hello and Happy Holiday Season! So we’ve been busy crafting our handmade Christmas activities for middle school and wanted to let you know about the cool ideas we’ve come up with over here at Puzzlemonster studios since we last wrote and to express our gratitude for you and this wonderful community.
First up, we have some AWESOME Christmas activities for middle school kids. One is a freebie, and the other is a breakout box with a lovely, lovely prize. And we have two new Christmas math activities for middle school kids too. We’re pretty excited to share these with you!
ELA – Christmas Word Scramble Freebie
First up, we have a new fun, free Christmas activity. It’s a word scramble that’s similar to our popular Quotation Detective puzzles, so it’s great for ELA.
This puzzle is based on a quote from humanitarian and beloved American entertainer, Bob Hope. It is all about love for others all year round. Plus, it’s something that can be taught year round, because the worksheets themselves are easily edited.
ELA – Christmas Activities for Middle School – Make Your Own Origami Green Elf
Next, we know you are going to love this new Christmas activity for middle school kids — it’s like our wildly popular Thanksgiving turkey, but new puzzles and an awesome green elf prize – this activity will make your week!
Plus, there’s a lovely, lovely prize that kids can take home with them.
Oh and did we mention, it’s self-grading, too? Check it out now to see how unusual this breakout is – we think you’ll love it!
5th Grade Math Review – with a Prize!
It’s more than just a color by number activity or a collection of math worksheets. It’s more than just a Christmas art project or an escape room. It’s an exciting rare combination – a unique, gracefully differentiated, 5th grade Christmas math resource, unlike anything your students have seen before!
Plus, it is almost no prep from you, is differentiated for a diverse learning group, and is genuinely fun and creative at the same time. And it grades itself.
Nice, right? 🙂
And there’s a prize at the end of the activity! Plus there’s also a bonus PEMDAS poster and cards.
—Eric and Friday from Puzzlemonster