I thought it would be great to work on our numbers with my toddler so I created this Christmas counting printable for her. She won’t be able to skip count but she does enjoy trying to put the puzzles together. I love changing up our math worksheets to keep things fresh and exciting.
This counting printable is aimed at kids from toddlers to kindergarten students. I hate placing ages on my stuff because not all kids are at the same level.
I printed these out for my daughter, you could use bingo dabbers to color the dots or since I’m frugal I like to reuse the printouts so she placed pom pom balls on the dots and we counted them out together. You could also use stickers or just color them in. I just let my daughter choose her choice of medium. It always varies.
My daughter loves doing school just like her older brothers but my son loved putting the puzzles together as well. Although he says they are really easy for him (he’s in the first grade). He still enjoys trying out what her sister is doing as well.
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For the number cards, I printed them out on card stock and you can have your child clip the correct answers with a clothes pin, this was too difficult for my daughter so she placed the pom pom balls on the items instead and we talked through and counted the items together.
I’ve add these to a ziploc bag and placed it in her box with her other printables so she can pull them out whenever she wants. I also have a Christmas Printable Activities pack as well.
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