The Christmas lesson – I’ve given in this year (free resources)

xmas treeLast year I didn’t bother with Christmas lessons (bah humbug I hear you say!) although I did the classic Cookie mix up the year before.

I recently followed a link on an email from the RSC which led me to this delightful page and I thought that I would give this a shot with my students.  Feel free to take what I’ve created and modify it to suit your setting and students.  I’ve also uploaded the same resource to the TES under a CC agreement (I did wonder how many £££ I have lost on in doing so!)

I’ve tried to include some ISA terminology so those of you who will still have ISAs to do (or a second ISA to do if the first wasn’t too good) can use this to reinforce some of the things that carry marks in an ISA!

Let me know how you get on with it – I haven’t shared any resources for a while so I’m a bit rusty! 🙂  Let me know in the comments how you stand on the issue of Christmas lessons.

Santa’s Candy Cane Calamity

santa07The links below are for the Powerpoint and accompanying worksheet

Santa’s Candy Cane calamity

Santas candy cane calamity


Published by Rob Butler

Ex-science teacher, ex-school leader and full-time geek.

One reply on “The Christmas lesson – I’ve given in this year (free resources)”

  1. How perfect! My last lesson of the week is with our KS3 special needs group. It fits in perfectly with recent work we’ve been doing and has saved me a bit of thinking. Much more fun than the Christmas Quiz I’d planned. Thank you for sharing. Merry Christmas! x

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