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Practice number recognition and counting to ten with these festive Christmas count and clip cards. Perfect for holiday math activities!
This is a fun bundle of clip cards to add to your preschool Christmas activities. Combine fine motor skills with math practice (0-10), and your preschoolers can keep the learning going throughout the holiday season.
Don’t miss these free preschool printables! They’re perfect for your Christmas lesson plans!
Christmas Count and Clip Cards
I’ve got the holidays on my brain this week! I’m counting down the days until Christmas. In the meantime, I’m creating lots of fun educational activities you can use in your holiday lessons.
Today, I want to share a fun Christmas-themed math printable I created for you guys!You’ll need the following items to complete these activity pages:
• printer (I have this one.)
• laminator (I have this one.)
To get started, just print out the pages and laminate them if you’d like. I prefer to print on cardstock, and then I laminate the pages for durability. This helps the cards hold up to continued use by busy little preschool hands.
To use the cards, just cut them apart. There are a total of four per page. Mix them up, and have your child choose one. You can focus on one set at a time or hand them all 55 cards to work through in one setting.
Have your preschooler count the items on each card. Then, have them use a mini-clothespin or paperclip to identify the correct number.
To make this a self-checking activity, put a small sticker or dot on the back of the correct number so that they can turn the card over and check their work.
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT CHRISTMAS
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about Christmas. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
Christmas Carols – Beautiful vintage illustrations bring to life sheet music and lyrics for beloved carols and hymns that families have sung together for many generations: “Away in a Manger,” “Joy to the World,” “Deck the Halls,” and more.
The Berenstain Bears Go Christmas Caroling – Gather you family together and join in as Mama, Papa, Brother, Sister, and Honey Bear venture out together in the snowy, cold night and go door to door in Bear Country singing Christmas carols.
Christmas Songs – Everyone loves Christmas music so come introduce your little one to the festive celebration! These classic Christmas carols and festive illustrations are sure to fill your home with holiday cheer! Introducing Christmas songs and carols to your holiday tradition is something the entire family can enjoy together.
A delightful find for your LEGO fan. These LEGO ornaments are made of Lego bricks, not glued, but sturdy and beautifully decorative.
This DIY felt Christmas tree activity is fantastic to practice hand use, vocabulary, hand eye coordination, fine motor skill & color recognition. It’s perfect for Christmas, kids birthday parties and more.
This Christmas, make a batch of Grinch cookies to decorate with your kids. Then, eat them or share them with loved ones.
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