Are you looking for the ultimate fun and educational math activity to do with your students over the upcoming weeks? Look no further – we have the perfect resource for you!! Our new Holiday Hundreds Chart Mystery Pictures are sure to impress!
Off the success of our Hundreds Chart Mystery Pictures that were created over 12 months ago – it had us thinking – how cool would it be to create some Christmas-inspired mystery hundreds charts? Introducing the PERFECT holiday math activity for your primary students!
12 Holiday-inspired Hundreds Chart Mystery Pictures
Hundreds chart mystery picture activities require students to color squares on a hundreds chart following a simple list of numbers. When they have finished coloring, the mystery picture is revealed!
The joy on their little faces when they work out what picture will be created = priceless!
This collection of 12 mystery hundreds charts is the perfect way to include a bit of number recognition and holiday fun with your students.
Mystery pictures include:
- Christmas stocking
- Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
- Santa’s sleigh
- Christmas tree
- Candy cane
- Christmas wreath
- Christmas pudding
Extra Activity Ideas
For an extra bit of fun, why not get your students to try and work out what the mystery picture is before they start coloring?
Here are some other ideas you can do with these super fun holiday activities:
- After students reveal the mystery picture of the candy cane – get them to research and write about the origin of the candy cane.
- Students 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.