These Christmas Counting Mats are great for the holiday season! If you’re looking for fun ways to have your little learner still learn over the holidays, printing off these fun mats are a great way to make that happen!
I’ve started adding ten frames to my counting mats because it just makes sense, my daughter doesn’t care to write out the numbers and she can place counters on the ten frames as well as the pictures if she likes.
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Using seasonal printables is a way to make learning fun easily. The kids always get excited anytime we print out Christmas, Halloween, or other fun holidays like that. You can switch up their visual learning by just switching out to more holiday printables as you can.
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Christmas Counting Mats
I’ve been creating counting mats for 1-10 or 1-12 but definitely looking to add to the teens since my baby is getting older, where has the time gone? I think this will be the last of my Christmas printables, I had to use my clip art and I’m looking forward to a bit of a blog break very soon.
For these Christmas Counting Mats, it’s really fun to use colorful pom moms and add to the excitement. Of course, choosing the colors of Christmas is a must for these! But you can easily change up the colored pom pom choices and work on their colors as well.
We combine a couple different learning lessons with this printable and work on our counting skills and color skills at the same time.
I have a ton of math worksheets for you to check out with a lot of seasonal items.
You can see more free Christmas worksheets for kids here.
We’ve been reading a ton of Christmas books here and enjoying our time baking together. These Christmas Counting Mats will be the perfect activity for kiddos around this time of year. Practicing Math in a fun way is always welcomed, right?!
Recommended Christmas Activity Kits
Bring Christmas into the schoolroom and make it a part of every day in December.
Kids will enjoy decorating Christmas trees with this Christmas Tree Decorating Craft. A great way to practice hand and eye coordination, too.
Recommended Christmas Books for Kids
Below are just a few of our favorite Christmas books to read together as a family. We love snuggling up and reading all about the season and fun festivities. And we pair these up with our Christmas printables as well.
The way I see it is that as long as we’re working our minds, we’re learning and having fun. We have a ton of holiday books that we read during these few months and the kids look forward to this time of year, ever year.
Add to your list as the months go by because reading is such an important part of exercising the mind and learning while you might be taking a break from schooling or homeschooling for the holidays.
Dasher: How a Brave Little Doe Changed Christmas ForeverLittle Red Sleigh: A Heartwarming Christmas Book For ChildrenMr. Willowby’s Christmas TreeThe Best Christmas Pageant EverA Gift to RememberCranberry Christmas (Cranberryport)
Download your Christmas Counting Mats below
Don’t forget to print off your counting mats below. This is such a simple and easy way to home new worksheets and printables at your fingertips for the holiday season.
You can also grab my Christmas Dot Coloring Pages as well. They go perfectly with the freebie you just got.
I like to print these off and have them as another great option for the holiday time. The kids really love having a variety!
These Edible Kids Christmas Crafts are fun and delicious! Kids will love this edible craft instead of sugar cookie decorating!
For more Math ideas that are seasonal, these Christmas Skip Counting Worksheets are definitely the way to go! Aren’t they great?!
More Christmas Activities
Learning math will be an awesome experience with these Christmas Math Activities for Kindergarten!
If you want your kids to have a counting practice during the holidays, check this list of my favorite Christmas counting activities.
Have a fun counting practice with your little one with these Christmas counting worksheets!
Christmas Trace Activities for Fine Motor Practice by Homeschool Preschool