Graphing Activity with Christmas Cards

I always feel bad I don't have a better use for all of the leftover Christmas cards each year, so for the past several years, I have used this printable with our kids to give them a fun graphing "lesson" with Christmas cards.

I split up the Christmas cards among each of the children, give them each a printable and let them start graphing how many Christmas icon they find on the cards. They, of course, like to mark the boxes with something edible and then eat them at the end of the activity, but you can also color the boxes in or check them off.

It's a fun little graphing activity that gives those Christmas cards one more use. If you think your kids would like this activity, you can download the sheet here.

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