I've got some great activities to keep your middle school math students engaged right before Christmas and the Holidays. Burnt out students + winter blues + holidays around the corner often means less engaged students. I'm here to tell you that it doesn't have to be that way. Keeping your students working on quality holiday-themed resources is a win-win for both teachers and students.

**Christmas Activities for Middle School Math**

These Christmas math activity worksheets are a must-have for middle school. These 5 different activities cover a variety of math tasks. Also includes ideas and ways to easily differentiate between grade levels or different ability levels with in your classroom. Take an in-depth look at each activity.

- Snow Day: This task requires students to reason through the size of a snowman and calculate the volume of the snowman. Easier level: Students can calculate the area of the 2d snowman. This task also includes a challenge as an extension.

- Santa vs. The Grinch: Students calculate who wins in a sleigh race between Santa and the Grinch. Higher level: Students use systems of equations and solve both algebraically and graphically. Lower level: Students reason through the task using problem-solving skills. This task also includes a challenge as an extension.

- Geometric Snowflake: Students learn how the Koch snowflake is created and find the area of a stage 3 Koch snowflake. Higher level: Students use the Pythagorean Theorem to find missing side lengths. Lower level: Students use a ruler to practice measurement and find the composite area of the shape. This task also includes an extension for higher students.

- O Christmas Tree: Students are given equations in slope-intercept form and end points to draw on a graph. The finished product is a work of art. Easier level: Students use substitution to find the end points. A challenge is also included as an extension. Graph is included.

- Colorful Crystals: Students classify real numbers as whole, natural, integers, rational or irrational. Students then color snowflakes according to their answers. This activity is perfect to keep students engaged before a break or a substitution.

- It is well thought out, practical for student learning and application, has clear instructions for students, is easy for me to present to students, has wonderful graphics, and etc....

- Perfect activities for right before winter break!

- Saved the day when we had no idea how to keep their attention!

- This is such a fun way to integrate seasonal work!!! Thank you for making fun and challenging work.

- Lots of options on how to use it.

**Christmas math worksheets for middle school**.