# Christmas Common Core Math Total Skills Assessment

Posted in Common Core, Common Core Math, Fifth Grade, First Grade, Fourth Grade, Mathematics, Second Grade, Third Grade on December 13, 2012

Are you going anywhere special for **Christmas**? Yvonne and I are looking forward to taking a short hop across the pond (also known as the Atlantic Ocean) to stay with my parents in Florida for Christmas. While Florida may not be as warm in December and January as it is during the summer months, the weather there will certainly be a change from the weather we’ve been experiencing this fall in northern France! We’re looking forward to it!

### Christmas Common Core math

Here is a packet designed to **assess the Common Core math skills** of students according to the Common Core State Standards for five separate grade levels: first, second, third, fourth and fifth. The goal of these worksheets is to test the progress of students in a fun and engaging manner. The activities have been broken down by subject area; for example, one set of three worksheets might concentrate on addition, another set on subtraction, another on fractions, another on geometry… the sections are named differently depending on which Common Core domains are found in which individual grade level.

### Common Core posters for the Christmas holiday included

These packets also contain Common Core posters with a Christmas theme for each of the sections that you might study in your classroom.

## First Grade

All Common Core state standards for first grade mathematics are covered in this packet.

## Second Grade

All Common Core state standards for second grade mathematics are covered in this packet.

## Third Grade

All Common Core state standards for third grade mathematics are covered in this packet.

## Fourth Grade

All Common Core state standards for fourth grade mathematics are covered in this packet.

## Fifth Grade

All Common Core state standards for fifth grade mathematics are covered in this packet.

If you do use these packets and find them useful, please let me know – I’d be really glad to hear it! And if you have any suggestion for any improvements or any other products that we might make for your students, please let us know that as well.

Happy holidays!