Most of the time, this worksheet is done by children and students at school. They will get a word search game in a language class or, if they are part of the religious community, they do this in Sunday School. They are also free to do the worksheet at home guided by their parents. They can do it on their desks or in the living room while waiting for the Christmas cookies.
Of course, the adults; can be the teacher or parents. Why adults? Because they already know the use of worksheets in learning activities from their observations on the students in the entire activity. From there, the adults can design the prompts for their activity where they can improve their knowledge about Christmas and reading skills. Adults already know the grading and the kinds of prizes will be given to the children who have done it well. Therefore, worksheets should be effective to align with the teacher’s or parents’ objectives. Adults must pay attention to the content as well. It must be informative enough and students will get the advantages from the worksheets.
They will, of course, learn a lot of things from worksheet activity because each activity has its specific theme like Christmas. For example, the worksheet can be about the tradition of Christmas in the world. In the worksheet, they have to fill in or find the words related to Christmas and tradition, such as Christmas carols, Christmas foods, and figures of Christmas. Thus, they will learn about the outside world, creativity from drawing and writing, and even critical thinking from reading new discoveries.
Yes, they do, especially those who want to take a language proficiency examination. Learning new vocabulary also allows students to learn a new culture. For instance, in America, Christmas is celebrated in winter. That's why we see a lot of Snowman, Gingerbread man, snowflakes, and Santa Claus as the Christmas figures. Moreover, it helps students to think logically and have the ability to persuade others in a more rich choice of words. It will be easier to move on to the other subjects such as grammar, writing, reading, and speaking. They take the class for their language proficiency, don’t they? And would it be fun to learn a new culture, history, and different aspects of words?