These snowman place values puzzles show kids that there is a ones and tens place value and go up to 20.
When it’s cold and snowy outside the first thing the kids think about is building a snowman. Our kids can spend hours in the snow dressed up from head to toe, they don’t care. If you’ve got kids who love winter, then we have more winter printables for kids here.
Me? I enjoy watching them from the kitchen window, it’s too cold for me. But snowmen are always fun and who doesn’t love Olaf from Frozen, one of my daughter’s favorite movies.
This realization helped my daughter count on from 10 easily and was a huge lightbulb moment for her. I love watching their face as they figure out new ways to solve a problem.
Snowman Place Value Puzzles
The great thing about these place value cards is that you can easily use them for so much seasonal learning fun. When the kids start to struggle a bit with schooling or certain aspects of math, I like to switch it up and give them something different to see and focus on.
I’ve found that when I do this, they are able to get excited and focus better and this helps with their overall learning and confidence as well.
What I love most about these place value cards is that they have several different aspects that help the kids to learn. Not only can they see the number written in its true form but then they can also count the blocks to match it up to that number, too.
I also really like how you can cut them apart so that they then use it as a puzzle to put the pieces together.
The more ways that you can get your child’s month thinking about numbers and how they go together, the faster they’ll be able to put them together easily in many different ways as well.
This will help increase and grow their analytical skills and critical thinking skills, too. You’ll find that the more you do this activity, the quicker they are going to get with their counting skills and their number recognition as well.
Snowman Place Value Puzzles
All you need to get started at the simple supplies listed below.
Print out the puzzles onto cardstock or paper, you can cover them with contact paper if you don’t have a laminator.
To extend the activity, read some wonderful snowmen books and go outside and build your own snowman. Bring snow inside and watch a snowman melt and speed it up with salt.
Create your own sensory bin with snow from outside, no snow yet? Try ice cubes. Make your own snow cones. So much fun ideas with snow and ice.
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More Winter Printables for Kids
Don’t forget that you can find an endless supply of printables online that can go along with your winter learning theme. There are so many resources that you can use to print, download, or just pull up on your screen to help your child get better at their math and learning.
Some more great printables are:
Shoveling Snow Labeling Worksheet | Simple Fun for Kids
Printable i Spy Games for Kids to Play ~ Snowflake Edition | The Natural Homeschool
Winter Wonderland How Many Words Worksheet | Artsy Momma
Do you want to roll a penguin? | Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading