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Christmas actvities and worksheets.

Overall rating 4 out of 54.6 (12 ratings)

Last updated 18 December 2013, created 27 November 2010, viewed 13,148

Additional completed spreadsheet (with 5 worksheets) based on "Operation Christmas Tree". The trees will "light up" if all answers to the computation problems are correct. The intro worksheet is the same as the one in "Operation Christmas Tree" and 4 new worksheets have More… been added (for grades 7 and 8). In addition, there are worksheets that can be printed for students so they can work on the problems before trying to light the trees. Keys are provided as well. NOTE: Excel files updated 12/19/12 to change operator symbols to match worksheets.

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  • pdf documentOther
    How to Customize the Trees.pdf (108kb, pdf document)
  • pdf documentOther
    Light_the_Tree_KEYS.pdf (356kb, pdf document)
  • for pupils

  • Excel documentActivity
    Light_the_Tree.xlsx (73kb, Excel document)
  • pdf documentWorksheet
    Light_The_Tree_Student_Sheets.pdf (378kb, pdf document)
  • Excel documentActivity
    Light_the_Tree_v_97_03.xls (433kb, Excel document)
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These are brilliant! Hoping my classes enjoy doing them as much as i did :)

from MaryQK, 18 December 2013
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Great! thanks from mariafelicia

from mariafelicia, 16 December 2013
(report comment) 3 out of 5

God bless you. Thank you for sharing. Best wishes during this festive season.Excellent worksheets as it 'double-up' as decoration for my window display. bee

from bkongtrinity, 13 December 2013
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Thank you for the instructions. I have altered it completely for my KS1 class level. Thanks.

from JQTHOMSON, 08 December 2013
(report comment) 5 out of 5

This is an outstanding resource thank you! Unfortunately Madalien is right, but only because I believe you might have used the 8A sheet to create 8B and simply forgotten to change the symbols. However a quick adjustment thanks to your notes on how to unlock the sheets and its easy to fix. So thank you, my kids will enjoy this.

from Piers Butler, 18 December 2012
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