It’s time for the yearly roundup of Christmas and seasonal printables from my website. If you can’t find the directions to some of these games, do a search or ask in the comment section. To print, click on the picture, which will take you to my website. From there, click on “download” and you will be able to download and print the file.
Snowmen and Reindeer Notes
Snowmen and Reindeer Rhythm
The Snowmen and Reindeer theme was a new set of Christmas games I designed last year. My students loved the colorful design. There are cards for the games on my website.
Snowmen and Reindeer Intervals
Christmas Note Bingo
Christmas Composing Train
Christmas Notes in Random Order
Color the Chanukah Gift
Students can use peppermints as notes or to construct key signatures.
This is a black and white printable for students to color the names of notes.
Draw the Ornaments
Students write notes on the grand staff on this printable. To save ink, place it inside a sheet protector or laminate it, and use a dry erase or a wet erase pen.
Light up the Tree
This is a (mostly) black and white printable for students to color notes on a Christmas tree according to the names of notes on the staff. It is similar to Ornament Notes, but different so siblings won’t have the same printable.
Christmas Musical Symbols Vocabulary
Students match music vocabulary to the correct answer.
Christmas Tree Vocabulary Words
This is a quick printable that is fun for group lessons.Students try to find all the music words.
Christmas Tune Challenge
Students love “name that tune” games. I find it very helpful to have a list of carols in plain view that they can choose from. You can list your carols on this printable.
Cards for Silly Sentences
This is a different kind of game for older students at group lessons. My high school students had fun and reviewed some music terms. Be sure to download the sentences found here, and use the easier cards for younger students.
If you are looking for easy Christmas piano music, go here, and scroll way down past all the Halloween music. I have posted many carols in pre-reading notation. Have fun!