Christmas is just a couple of weeks away! It seemed like it was so long until Christmas, and then bam – here it is! It seemed like the perfect time to have a Christmas-themed printable packet. For this packet, I went with some Christmas literacy printables.
This Christmas literacy printables packet is perfect for kids in first grade through third grade. Many of the pages would also work for slightly older children as well. Of course, the great thing is that this packet is a free download. So, you can use as many or as few pages from the packet as you would like.
You can download the Christmas Literacy Printables Packet for 1st to 3rd grade from a text link farther down in the post.
Pages in the Christmas Literacy Printables Packet
A page with eight Christmas-related words on one side and blanks on the other side for putting the words into alphabetical order.
A page with Christmas-themed sentences where students recognize the type of sentence and then add either a period or a question mark to the end.
Person, Place, or Thing?
A Christmas-themed nouns page where students color in presents to categorize each noun as either a person, place, or a thing.
A page working on adjectives where students write three adjectives to describe four different seasonal objects. These objects (bells, candy cane, Christmas tree, and gingerbread man) can also be colored in.
Making Singular Nouns Plural
A page that discusses rules for making singular nouns into plural nouns. All words are Christmas-related, such as toy, stocking, and wreath.
Silly Christmas Sentences
A page that briefly discusses subjects and predicates of sentences, and then allows students to fill in their own subjects and predicates in several Christmas-themed sentences. At the end of the page, students are asked to choose one of their silly sentences to illustrate.
Using Commas in a Series
Ten Christmas sentences on this page all contain lists of three or more nouns that need to be separated appropriately by commas.
Christmas Reading Challenge
A reading challenge page to fill in with books that are about various Christmas-related nouns, such as angels, snow, and the North Pole.
Looking for Christmas literacy free printables for younger kids? You may love this set:
Excellent Books to Pair with These Christmas Literacy Printables
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