These are many Christmas Sequencing Activities that are created in the form of flashcards, digital sorting activities, and puzzles. I created twelve sequencing events that your students can do; one sequence for each on the twelve days of Christmas. Or they can be done in batches or as a whole with all twelve sequences. Each sequencing item has 3-step sequences.
Some of the activities are based on common traditions, like baking gingerbread cookies, whereas others are based on fictional characters, such as elves and Santa.
Christmas Sequencing Activities – Sorting Mat Worksheets
The picture above shows the Christmas Sequence Puzzles and sorting mat worksheets. It’s a PDF which includes 12 puzzles and three sorting mats for the puzzles. The sorting mats have a worksheet section for students to write the order of the sequencing steps. Click on any of the activites here to see a detailed listing of each of the twelve sequences.
The 12 Christmas sequencing events in each of the sorting cards, Boom cards, and worksheets are:
- Making gingerbread cookies
- Creating Teddy-bear gift
- Making hot chocolate drink
- Getting a Christmas tree
- Santa fills the stocking
- Santa puts presents under the tree
- Elf babysitting a reindeer
- Santa visits the beach
- Elves pack Santa’s bag
- Preparing Santa’s sleigh
- Posting a letter to Santa
- Skiing with a reindeer
Christmas Sequencing Activities – Sorting Cards
Christmas Sequencing Flashcards: This is a PDF download of 12 sequences both in color and black and white. Students will have fun matching up the three steps. Each sequence is all about a Christmas activity and will be shown on three cards to show step 1, 2, and 3.
Christmas Sequencing Activities – Interactive Deck for Boom Learning
Christmas Themed Interactive Sequencing Activity for Boom Learning℠: This one is perfect for distance learning and you can assign Boom decks with Google Classroom™. It is 12 sets of self-grading Boom Cards™ for students to order pictures of Christmas activities that are randomly shown at different stages of completion. They are hosted on the Boom Learning℠ platform.
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See my collection of Christmas themed sequencing activities here from my TpT collection. You get to download them instantly upon purchase and they can be used for years because you’ll have lifetime access to the files.
See lots of other themed-based sequencing activity blog posts here.
For more sequence activities that are not themed based, I created activities can be used at any time during the school year. See my Sequencing of Everyday Events Cards, and my 3-Step Sequencing Cards.
I love to find tools that can be helpful for student group work. I recommend using a tabletop pocket chart with your small groups for sequencing activities. It can be used with the sequence cards and the sequence puzzles. A magnetic tabletop pocket chart can also be used if you add magnetic tape to the back of your laminated sequence cards.
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