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# Christmas Colour By Number - Hundreds Chart Mystery Pictures Activity

• Updated:  14 Nov 2023

Print the perfect maths activity for Christmas – a set of 12 Christmas-inspired mystery hundreds charts.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  13 Pages

• Years:  F - 2

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teaching resource

# Christmas Colour By Number - Hundreds Chart Mystery Pictures Activity

• Updated:  14 Nov 2023

Print the perfect maths activity for Christmas – a set of 12 Christmas-inspired mystery hundreds charts.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  13 Pages

• Years:  F - 2

Print the perfect maths activity for Christmas – a set of 12 Christmas-inspired mystery hundreds charts.

Combining Christmas activities with maths instruction… it can’t be done… can it? Introducing a Christmas hundreds chart printable that does just that! Consolidate your students’ understanding of numbers 1-100 with these Christmas-themed worksheets.

## Colour by Number Christmas Hundreds Chart Printable

We know you’re already familiar with the hundreds chart (or maybe you call it a hundreds board?), but where does the mystery picture come in?

Simple! These hundreds board mystery picture activities require students to colour squares on a hundreds chart by following a simple list of numbers. When they have finished colouring, the festive mystery picture is revealed. It’s a fun twist on the old standard, colour by number!

This collection of 12 mystery hundreds charts is the perfect way to include a bit of number recognition and Christmas fun with your pupils.

## Colour By Number Christmas Mystery Worksheets

• Santa
• Christmas stocking
• Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
• Santa’s sleigh
• Christmas tree
• Present
• Elf
• Angel
• Candy cane
• Snowman
• Christmas wreath
• Christmas pudding

These maths activities are Christmas-themed, but you might like to download our Valentine’s Day hundreds chart mystery pictures to use in February!

## Ways to Use This Christmas Maths Activity

For an extra bit of fun, why not get your pupils to try and work out what the mystery picture is before they get colouring?

Here are some other ideas you could do in relation to these super fun Christmas activities:

• After pupils reveal the mystery picture of the candy cane, get them to research and write about the origin of the candy cane.
• Pupils could write a character description of the snowman and also complete a storyboard with that character (or any other character in this set).
• Using a blank hundreds charts, get students to create their own mystery picture with instructions for their friends to work out.

## Christmas Maths Ideas

Don’t stop there! The Teach Starter teacher team has more Christmas maths ideas for your classroom!