Vocabulary Activities - Christmas Words

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<ul><li><p>7/31/2019 Vocabulary Activities - Christmas Words</p><p> 1/9</p><p>Vocabulary Activities</p><p>Words related to CHRISTMAS</p><p>CONTENTS</p><p>1. Mixed letters......................................................................................................................................22. ...............................................................................................................................2 Cards for games3. .........................................................................................................................................3 Crossword4. ........................................................................................................6 Wordsearch Christmas words5. ...............................................................................................8 Gap fill sentences Christmas words</p><p>You can find information on how to use these activities and additional</p><p>ideas in Quick Vocabulary Activities on the Teacher Support website.</p><p>Click here.</p><p> UCLES 2009. This material may be photocopied (without alteration) and distributed for classroom use provided no charge is made. For further information seeour Terms of Use at http://www.teachers.cambridgeESOL.org/ts/legalinfo</p><p>Vocabulary Games &amp; Activities www.teachers.cambridgeesol.orgPage 1 of 9</p>https://www.teachers.cambridgeesol.org/ts/teachingresources/resourcedetails?resId=6513https://www.teachers.cambridgeesol.org/ts/teachingresources/resourcedetails?resId=6513</li><li><p>7/31/2019 Vocabulary Activities - Christmas Words</p><p> 2/9</p><p>1. Mixed letters</p><p>A really fun way to review vocabulary at the end of the lesson or the week is to mix up the letters ofeach word. Write a word or words on the board. The students then race to identify the vocabulary.</p><p>utyekr turkey wreyaen New Year</p><p>setrepn present gincokst stocking</p><p>loarcs carols mpcieien mince pie</p><p>ayrpt party duelwnlime mulled wine</p><p>rete tree eeedrirn reindeerdrac card nwtire winter</p><p>olhyl holly mevstaserich Christmas Eve</p><p>tloestime mistletoe doyliha holiday</p><p>owns snow xobignady Boxing Day</p><p>2. Cards for gamesThese pre-prepared cards can be used for a variety of games and activities. For more ideas take</p><p>a look at Quick Vocabulary Activities on the Teacher Support website. Click here.</p><p>turkey snow turkey snow</p><p>present mistletoe present mistletoe</p><p>carols holly carols holly</p><p>tree card tree card</p><p>party New Year party New Year</p><p>stocking Boxing Day stocking Boxing Day</p><p>mince pie holiday mince pie holiday</p><p>reindeerChristmas</p><p>Evereindeer</p><p>Christmas</p><p>Eve</p><p>mulled wine winter mulled wine winter</p><p> UCLES 2009. This material may be photocopied (without alteration) and distributed for classroom use provided no charge is made. For further information seeour Terms of Use at http://www.teachers.cambridgeESOL.org/ts/legalinfo</p><p>Vocabulary Games &amp; Activities www.teachers.cambridgeesol.orgPage 2 of 9</p>https://www.teachers.cambridgeesol.org/ts/teachingresources/resourcedetails?resId=6513https://www.teachers.cambridgeesol.org/ts/teachingresources/resourcedetails?resId=6513</li><li><p>7/31/2019 Vocabulary Activities - Christmas Words</p><p> 3/9</p><p>3. Crossword</p><p>Across</p><p>3. A traditional sweet pastry filled with fruit (5-3)4. A large sock into which gifts are placed on Christmas day (8)6. The day before Christmas (9-3)8. A green, thorny plant with red berries used to decorate peoples homes (5)9. The day after Christmas Day (6-3)12. The coldest season of the year, between December and February (6)13. A gift given from one person to another (7)16. The animals that pull Santa's sleigh (8)17. Large bird traditionally eaten at Christmas (6)</p><p>Down1. The celebration between December and January when January 1st begins (3-4)</p><p>2. Couples traditionally kiss underneath this plant at Christmas (9)</p><p>5. Traditional songs sung at Christmas (6)</p><p>6. This has a message written in it and is given from one person to another at Christmas (4)7. Hot spiced wine which is drunk at Christmas (6-4)</p><p>10. A special time of the year when you do not have to go to work (7)</p><p>11. A meeting of people for a celebration, usually with music, food and dancing (5)14. Soft pieces of frozen water that fall from the sky when the weather is cold (4)</p><p>15. A tall green thing which is decorated and placed in the house over the Christmas period (4)</p><p> UCLES 2009. This material may be photocopied (without alteration) and distributed for classroom use provided no charge is made. For further information seeour Terms of Use at http://www.teachers.cambridgeESOL.org/ts/legalinfo</p><p>Vocabulary Games &amp; Activities www.teachers.cambridgeesol.orgPage 3 of 9</p></li><li><p>7/31/2019 Vocabulary Activities - Christmas Words</p><p> 4/9</p><p>Solution</p><p>Across3. MINCE PIE5. STOCKING6. CHRISTMAS EVE8. HOLLY9. BOXING DAY12. WINTER13. PRESENT16. REINDEER17. TURKEY</p><p>Down1. NEW YEAR2. MISTLETOE5. CAROLS6. CARD7. MULLED WINE10. HOLIDAY11. PARTY14. SNOW15. TREE</p><p>For more ideas on how to use crosswords in class have a look at Quick Vocabulary Activities on the</p><p>Teacher Support website. Click here.</p><p> UCLES 2009. This material may be photocopied (without alteration) and distributed for classroom use provided no charge is made. For further information seeour Terms of Use at http://www.teachers.cambridgeESOL.org/ts/legalinfo</p><p>Vocabulary Games &amp; Activities www.teachers.cambridgeesol.orgPage 4 of 9</p>https://www.teachers.cambridgeesol.org/ts/teachingresources/resourcedetails?resId=6513https://www.teachers.cambridgeesol.org/ts/teachingresources/resourcedetails?resId=6513</li><li><p>7/31/2019 Vocabulary Activities - Christmas Words</p><p> 5/9</p><p> UCLES 2009. This material may be photocopied (without alteration) and distributed for classroom use provided no charge is made. For further information seeour Terms of Use at http://www.teachers.cambridgeESOL.org/ts/legalinfo</p><p>Vocabulary Games &amp; Activities www.teachers.cambridgeesol.orgPage 5 of 9</p></li><li><p>7/31/2019 Vocabulary Activities - Christmas Words</p><p> 6/9</p><p>4. Wordsearch Christmas words</p><p>l b a n s r u m h i q e s a l e</p><p>o d e d y m h i r e i n d e e r</p><p>b a i a l u o s e e t a c f l f</p><p>a j q i i l l t c e r w s t s i</p><p>p t o a r l l l h u e s n l y s</p><p>b m d a m e y e r u a e o d a t</p><p>o i a e u d a t i p i r w k d o</p><p>x n p e g w e o s a a c q g i c</p><p>i c a r g i n e t c i a y t l k</p><p>n e r t m n e a m e e r u d o i</p><p>g p t w h e w d a c r d s o h n</p><p>d i y h x n y i s l n v x r i g</p><p>a e c o s e e n e p r e s e n t</p><p>y e k r u t a i v u e r o v i a</p><p>d z i n n r r u e i g a o u e x</p><p>a a t l w i n t e r t e d t a e</p><p>Can you find these Christmas words in the puzzle?</p><p>cardtree</p><p>reindeersnow</p><p>mince pieboxing day</p><p>presentturkeyholiday</p><p>hollychristmas eve</p><p>winter</p><p>wintermistletoe</p><p>carolsparty</p><p>new yearstocking</p><p> UCLES 2009. This material may be photocopied (without alteration) and distributed for classroom use provided no charge is made. For further information seeour Terms of Use at http://www.teachers.cambridgeESOL.org/ts/legalinfo</p><p>Vocabulary Games &amp; Activities www.teachers.cambridgeesol.orgPage 6 of 9</p></li><li><p>7/31/2019 Vocabulary Activities - Christmas Words</p><p> 7/9</p><p>Christmas Word Search - Solution</p><p>l b a n s r u m h i q e s a l e</p><p>o d e d y m h i r e i n d e e r</p><p>b a i a l u o s e e t a c f l f</p><p>a j q i i l l t c e r w s t s i</p><p>p t o a r l l l h u e s n l y s</p><p>b m d a m e y e r u a e o d a t</p><p>o i a e u d a t i p i r w k d o</p><p>x n p e g w e o s a a c q g i c</p><p>i c a r g i n e t c i a y t l k</p><p>n e r t m n e a m e e r u d o i</p><p>g p t w h e w d a c r d s o h n</p><p>d i y h x n y i s l n v x r i g</p><p>a e c o s e e n e p r e s e n t</p><p>y e k r u t a i v u e r o v i a</p><p>d z i n n r r u e i g a o u e x</p><p>a a t l w i n t e r t e d t a e</p><p>For more ideas on how to use wordsearches in class have a look at Quick Vocabulary Activities on theTeacher Support website. Click here.</p><p> UCLES 2009. This material may be photocopied (without alteration) and distributed for classroom use provided no charge is made. For further information seeour Terms of Use at http://www.teachers.cambridgeESOL.org/ts/legalinfo</p><p>Vocabulary Games &amp; Activities www.teachers.cambridgeesol.orgPage 7 of 9</p>https://www.teachers.cambridgeesol.org/ts/teachingresources/resourcedetails?resId=6513https://www.teachers.cambridgeesol.org/ts/teachingresources/resourcedetails?resId=6513</li><li><p>7/31/2019 Vocabulary Activities - Christmas Words</p><p> 8/9</p><p>5. Gap fill sentences Christmas words</p><p>Find the word to complete the sentence using the picture clues below</p><p>1. We are going to decorate our Christmas .</p><p>2. Look at the beautiful .. in the garden</p><p>3. I cant wait for you to open your..</p><p>4. I get very excited on ..</p><p>5. Look out of the window, there is lots of..</p><p> UCLES 2009. This material may be photocopied (without alteration) and distributed for classroom use provided no charge is made. For further information seeour Terms of Use at http://www.teachers.cambridgeESOL.org/ts/legalinfo</p><p>Vocabulary Games &amp; Activities www.teachers.cambridgeesol.orgPage 8 of 9</p></li><li><p>7/31/2019 Vocabulary Activities - Christmas Words</p><p> 9/9</p><p> UCLES 2009. This material may be photocopied (without alteration) and distributed for classroom use provided no charge is made. For further information seeour Terms of Use at http://www.teachers.cambridgeESOL.org/ts/legalinfo</p><p>Vocabulary Games &amp; Activities www.teachers.cambridgeesol.orgPage 9 of 9</p><p>Gap fill sentences answers</p><p>1. We are going to decorate our Christmas tree.</p><p>2. Look at the beautiful holly in the garden.</p><p>3. I cant wait for you to open your present.</p><p>4. I get very excited on Christmas Eve.</p><p>5. Look out of the window, there is lots of snow.</p></li></ul>