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Winter Games Color by Addition Worksheets

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These Winter Games Color By Addition Worksheets are so much fun for the holiday season! Not only that but the kids will love learning and coloring, all at the same time! 

Turn the winter games into a learning opportunity with these adorable winter games color by addition worksheets. Who isn’t enjoying the games? We love the different competitions and we stayed up late with the kids watching figure skating.

We love winter-themed printables. And you can view more winter printables for kids here. 

It’s been a fun week and it’s such a short time that I hope everyone is making the most of it. So here are some color by addition worksheets to take your regular color sheets up a notch.

Coloring pages aren’t as fun as kids get older so why not merge them with math and make math more fun instead.

Winter Games Color by Addition Worksheets

Winter Games Color by Addition Worksheets

What I love about these coloring sheets is that they’re really easy for early learners to use. Even when they’re just learning how to count, they can use these worksheets to get better and also to increase their counting confidence as well. 

And using them is simple. All they have to do is answer the addition questions to find out what color they should use to color the item. It takes coloring pages up a notch and is a hit with my son who hates plain coloring pages. They start off easy and get more difficult.

This is just a great way for them to learn as they grow with their math skills, too. And don’t be afraid to have them use them again. Because as we all know with math, the more you see the numbers and use them, the more that you get familiar with them as well. 

Have fun with these winter games color by addition worksheets

To extend this activity, read your favorite winter Olympic books and learn more about why they have the Olympics. My son has become more interested in Geography as we look up which countries the winners have come from.

We talked about the first Olympics and the summer ones as well. My son has enjoyed watching snowboarding and skiing so far.

Recommended Winter Games Books for Kids

These are just a few of the books that you can easily pair up with this activity. The great news is that you won’t be running out of winter games books anytime soon.

If you have a child that is interested in different types of winter sports, these book ideas are great! (and they go great with Winter Games Color by Addition Worksheets as well!) 

 A Kid’s Guide to the 2018 Winter Games A is for Axel: An Ice Skating Alphabet (Sports Alphabet) Tacky and the Winter Games (Tacky the Penguin) Snowman Paul Returns to the Winter Olympics

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Want the full Winter Games 2018 Printable Pack? Get 160+ pages of winter games fun so you can use these games as a fun learning opportunity.

Since there is a long winter break happening, you might as well be prepared with a ton of great learning pages. There are some really great printables that are included in this packet so that kids are going to learn and have fun all at the same time! 



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