Winter Powerpoint Lesson Plans

Christmas and Winter Powerpoint Lessons and Activities

Fun Powerpoint Presentations and
Teaching Resources for Christmas and Winter






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Fun Christmas and Winter Powerpoint Lesson Plans and Presentations blue bullet point Welcome to my Christmas and Winter powerpoint lesson plans page that focuses on fun powerpoint teaching resources to use during the months of December and January.

blue bullet point This page contains English grammar powerpoint presentations and math lessons involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and money.

blue bullet point Since it is difficult to describe each of my winter powerpoint lesson plans in words, I have made a video of each presentation for you to watch. These videos will give you an idea of what each lesson activity contains, as well as helpful teaching tips. I hope that you find these videos useful, but please be aware that I am an extreme novice at making videos!

blue bullet point I have designed my powerpoint presentations to be engaging to your students. The powerpoint lessons on this page are designed with bright winter or Christmas backgrounds and animations.

Penguin With Presents blue bullet point I use funny and attention grabbing animations when I am designing my Christmas and winter powerpoint lesson plans. I also use colorful seasonal background templates for the powerpoint presentations that I prepare.

blue bullet point My powerpoint lesson plans have been designed using two fonts: Arial Black and Comic Sans. I chose these fonts because they are the most widely found on most computers, and they will not change the style and format when viewed on different computers.

blue bullet point Many students find traditional grammar and math exercises boring and dull. I encourage you to use these engaging Christmas and winter powerpoint lesson plans to bring life to these typically boring lessons.



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Christmas Parts of Speech Powerpoint
(nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs)

Fun "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" Game Format


Christmas Powerpoint Presentation Game For Reviewing Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, and Adverbs

Christmas Parts of Speech Powerpoint
(nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs)

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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Christmas Powerpoint Game

Above: Christmas Powerpoint Lesson Plans For Elementary School Teachers

blue bullet point These winter powerpoint lesson plans are set up in the same style as the popular game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Your students will love playing this fun Christmas activity while they are reviewing nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs!


Christmas Parts of Speech Powerpoint Lesson Plans Reviewing Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, and Adverbs

Above: Example of a question slide

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Christmas Powerpoint Game:  Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, and Adverbs

Above: Example of an answer slide

blue bullet point There are 15 sets of question and answer slides in this powerpoint presentation, as well as a student response worksheet (shown below) for students to write their answers on.


Christmas Powerpoint Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Game Printable Worksheet
Above: Example of student response worksheet

blue bullet point Engage your students in reviewing nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs with this fun set of winter powerpoint lesson plans!


Christmas Who Wants To Be a Millionaire English Grammar Powerpoint Lesson Plans Game: Parts of Speech

Above: Example of question and answer slides
Christmas Parts of Speech Powerpoint Game: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire

blue bullet point Below you can watch a short video that demonstrates my Christmas parts of speech powerpoint presentation.

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Wreath of Fortune Christmas Homophones

Fun Powerpoint Game For Elementary School Students


Fun Christmas Powerpoint Presentation and Lesson Plans Homophones Grammar Review

Wreath of Fortune Christmas Homophones

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Christmas Powerpoint Lesson Plans and Activities For Teachers Homophones English Grammar

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blue bullet point Rather than naming this fun grammar game Wheel of Fortune, I have called it "Wreath of Fortune" to tie in with a Christmas theme.

blue bullet point The goal of this game is for students to work their way around the wreath by answering all 14 questions about homophones correctly. Your students will love playing this fun Christmas activity while they are reviewing homophones!

blue bullet point This Christmas powerpoint presentation reviews the following homophones: right/write, fir/fur, heard/herd, waist/waste, dear/deer, scene/seen, road/rode/rowed, hall/haul, doe/dough, who's/whose, their/there/they're, tale/tail, weak/week, and to/too/two.


Christmas Powerpoint Presentations Parts of Speech Homophones Lesson Plans Review

Above: Example of a question slide

Christmas Game Powerpoint Lesson Plans and Fun Activities For Winter

Above: Example of an answer slide

blue bullet point There are 14 sets of question and answer slides in this Christmas powerpoint presentation, as well as a student response worksheet (shown below) for students to write their answers on.


Christmas Homophones English Grammar Worksheet for Fun Powerpoint Presentation Game

Above: Example of student response worksheet

Christmas Powerpoint Game Grammar and Homophones Lesson Plans For Elementary School Teachers

Outside Circle: Students write the answer.
Second Circle: Students score their game worksheets by writing yes or no in this space.
Center Circle: Students write their final score in the center of the wreath.

blue bullet point Engage your students in reviewing homophones with this fun set of winter powerpoint lesson plans!


Christmas and Winter English Grammar Powerpoint Game for Reviewing Homophones

Above: Example of question and answer slides
Wreath of Fortune Christmas Homophones Powerpoint Game

blue bullet point Below you can watch a short video that demonstrates my Wreath of Fortune Christmas homophones powerpoint presentation.

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Wreath of Fortune
Christmas Present and Past Tense Verbs

Fun Powerpoint Game For Elementary School Students


Fun Christmas Past and Present Tense Verbs Powerpoint Presentation and Lesson Plans

Wreath of Fortune Christmas Present and Past Tense Verbs

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Christmas Powerpoint Lesson Plans and Activities For Teachers Homophones English Grammar


Above: Christmas and Winter Powerpoint Lesson Plans For Elementary School Teachers

blue bullet point Rather than naming this fun grammar game Wheel of Fortune, I have called it "Wreath of Fortune" to tie in with a Christmas theme.

blue bullet point The goal of this game is for students to work their way around the wreath by answering all 14 questions aabout present and past tense verbs correctly. Your students will love playing this fun Christmas activity while they are reviewing verbs!

blue bullet point This Christmas powerpoint presentation reviews the following present and past tense verbs: write/wrote, shakes/shook, brushes/brushed, rides/rode, carries/carried, surfs/surfed, hides/hid, sleeps/slept, sits/sat, plays/played, flies/flew, hops/hopped, go/went, and build/built.


Christmas Verbs Powerpoint Presentation Game Activities

Above: Example of a question slide

Christmas Past and Present Tense Verbs and Grammar Powerpoint Presentation and Lesson Plan Activities

Above: Example of an answer slide

blue bullet point There are 14 sets of question and answer slides in this Christmas powerpoint presentation, as well as a student response worksheet (shown below) for students to write their answers on.


Christmas Past and Present Tense Verbs Powerpoint Worksheet

Above: Example of student response worksheet

Powerpoint Presentation Past and Present Verbs Christmas Printable Worksheet

Outside Circle: Students write the present tense verbs.
Second Circle: Students write the past tense verbs..
Third Circle: Students score their game worksheets by writing yes or no in this space.
Center Circle: Students write their final score in the center of the wreath.

blue bullet point Engage your students in reviewing homophones with this fun set of winter powerpoint lesson plans!


Christmas Powerpoint Lesson Plans Past and Present Verbs English Grammar Game

Above: Example of question and answer slides
Wreath of Fortune Christmas Past and Present Tense Verbs Powerpoint Game

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Christmas and Winter
Powerpoint Lesson Plans For Math:

Mr. and Mrs. Clause Go Shopping


Christmas Math Word Problems Powerpoint Presentation

Students use addition and multiplication to solve these Christmas word problems. This activity involves money, so students are reviewing decimal points and place value as well.

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Solve Santa's Puzzles


Christmas Math Addition and Subtraction Puzzle Powerpoint Lesson Plans

Students have to solve addition, subtraction, and multiplication equations, using a fun Christmas puzzle style format. There are 5 puzzles in this set of resources.

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Christmas and December Writing Prompts

Winter and January Writing Prompts

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How the Grinch Stole Christmas Lesson Plans Page (Author: Dr. Seuss)

Christmas Carol Lesson Plans Page (Author: Charles Dickens)


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