Reading Comprehension Worksheets:
December Holidays - One of the bigger holiday months of the year. This reading activity looks at all the events that take place during the busiest of holiday months.
Jack's Surprise - Were you ever truly surprised for your holiday? This reading comprehension set has you read about a difficult christmas in the life of Jack.
The Christmas Tree - Matt and Angela decided to go for a walk in the woods on Christmas Eve.
Trimming the Tree - Katie was very excited because tonight they were going to decorate their tree.
Baby's Christmas - Baby Carl was 18 months old. He didn't even know what holiday was but he noticed everybody in the house seemed extra excited that morning.
Little Billy - Once upon a time there was an elf named Little Billy but his name did not fit him that well because he was eight feet tall!
The Basics - This simple paragraph focuses us on the history behind this holiday.
True or False - This is nice to throw in there after reading all of the previous worksheets.
Our Christmas Feast
- What do you have for your celebratory dinners these days? Read the following sentence. Circle any grammar mistakes, such as misspelling, punctuation or
capitalization errors. Then rewrite the sentence correctly.
Action Words - You are giving nine holiday themed sentences that you need to evaluate. Circle the verbs in each sentence.
Alphabetic Order - Sort these words in the same way that they would be found in a dictionary.
Letter Blends - Circle the object in each row that begins with the blend.
North Pole Word
Search - See if the message is hidden in the word find. We ask you to find just under twenty theme related terms in the puzzle.
Pole Word Jam! - How many smaller words can you make out of
the words "North Pole". Fit them all into the pentagon in the middle of the paper.
December 25th Word Search - Words that mean something for the colder part of the season. There are twenty-one terms for you to find in all. The answer key is available above on the blue button.
Word Scramble - About a dozen vocabulary words for you to play with.
Word Search - Find all the related terms in the puzzle and then write them on the lines.
My Wish List - Christmas is all about giving gifts. Most kids make a list of what they would like to receive.
Party Time! - Christmas parties are lots of fun! Describe with lots of detail what you would need throw the perfect Holiday Celebration.
Summertime Santa - Santa has been spotted in Florida in June! Write an article about what you think Santa does in summer.
A to Z - Post a thought for each letter of the alphabet.
The Meaning - Explain how you expect the big day to go.
Traditions - There are three to write about. I would write one about my own personal tradition, a friend's, and what everyone else does.
What Is It? - These are some questions that require a good bit of thought.
What Do You Know? - You are asked what you about the important figures, traditions, faiths, and food behind this historic day.
Haiku - Write a haiku poem about the meaning of or a fun behind a well known tradition.
Comic Strip - Create a four panel comic strip that is related to theme.
Acrostic Poem - Work off of the most commonly shared two-word phrase of this season.