This tutorial video shows how to create a simple, yet effective 3D Christmas Tree using only paper/card, glue and some sparkly bits. This could be easily be done by pupils of all different ages.
This video, from the Super Simple Learning website, is in the style of the B-I-N-G-O song , which pupils will love to sing.
This video, from the Super Simple Learning website, is great for teaching the words of Jingle Bells to younger pupils. It follows a “teach-it, learn-it” format and the tempo is much slower than the original song to make it easier for pupils to learn.
Simple video for younger pupils teaching them some vocabulary associated with Christmas.
This short video shows how to integrate the Christmas season into a maths activity in the classroom. Maths sums are written on Angel bodies and the answers are written on Angel wings. The pupil has to calculate the answers to the sums and match the correct Angel bodies to the wings.
This is a short animated movie showing a selection of 3D shapes giving each other presents at Christmas. As well as being fun, it could be used by younger pupils to identify different 3D shapes as they appear on screen.
This video is a simple seasonal song featuring Santa Claus teaching the numbers from one to twenty.
This is a nice simple song about Santa Claus to play/teach to pupils in junior classes.
This short video tells the story of Rudolph the Reindeer and how he came to lead all the reindeer on Christmas Eve. It is a good literacy lesson for younger pupils as they can read the story as the video is playing.
This is a Christmas game where you have to help Santa pack his parcels. The object of the game is to help Santa get the coloured balls into the boxes of the same colour. This is a game of thinking skills and strategy. Visit Website