Festive resources, teaching activities and lesson plans to support SEN pupils at Christmas time.
This straight-forward re-telling of tale of Jesus’ birth is perfect for younger learners.
Help pupils understand the story of Jesus’ birth with these picture flash cards.
Let Father Christmas remind pupils of words to use over the holidays.
Printed on dyslexia-friendly blue backgrounds, these baubles and snowmen can help pupils practise counting.
Play this game to help pupils remember the numbers one to nine.
Let pupils sort Christmas presents by colour.
Pupils can present their work on this winter-themed paper. .
Or try this Christmas-themed paper for a bit of variety.
In this sorting activity, pupils must recognise which presents are big and which are small.
A collection of tasks to help pupils master their pencil, from drawing Santa’s route to following presents to the chimney stack.
Colouring activities that will make a lovely seasonal display.
Santas, Santas everywhere! Pupils need to count the number of Santas in this Christmas number activity.
These word and picture cards, from languageisheartosay, will help pupils recite the nativity story or their own tale of Christmas.
Help pupils recall seasonal song with these image prompts.
Pupils will have fun cutting and sticking with this Christmas-themed activity. Can they find the circle and triangle to make the perfect angel for the top of the Christmas tree?
Find out what Pip did for Christmas in this PowerPoint picture story.
Help pupils to recognise the sights of Christmas with these colouring sheets.
Join the dots to discover Christmas characters and scenes.