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Check out our print-and-go worksheets that work on Christmas counting for preschool! Little ones will practice counting from 0 to 10 with fun Christmas clipart.
You’ll love these preschool Christmas printables, and little ones will love the fun Christmas clipart I used in this preschool math pack!
Preschool kids will practice important math skills as they count from 0 to 10 with Christmas lights, Christmas presents, candy canes, stockings, ornaments, and more!
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These free preschool printables are perfect for helping your little ones practice recognizing numbers and counting from zero to ten throughout December.
Add them to your preschool math center or use them for independent practice. Either way, they are sure to keep young learners engaged in their lessons throughout the hustle and bustle of the season.
Christmas Counting for Preschool
This printable pack includes six worksheets, each with a different Christmas-themed design.
On each sheet, kids will count the number of objects in each set and identify the corresponding number.
Christmas Math Activities
Using these printables will help your little learners practice counting from 0-10. They will also learn what the numbers look like. The clipart is really cute too!
Completing the Activities
Print out the free counting worksheets. If you’d like to make them reusable, laminate them and use dry-erase markers to complete the activities.
Three of the activities in this printable pack have children counting objects in a set and choosing the correct number from a set of three.
Each of these activities helps kids work on one-to-one correspondence and number recognition.
Kids can use dot markers, clear gems, or crayons/pencils to identify the correct number.
You could also make this a hands-on counting activity by cutting the boxes apart and having kids use wooden clothespins to mark the correct numbers.
This would be a fun way to work on some fine motor skills with your preschoolers.
In addition to the counting activities described above, there are three Count and Match pages.
Kids will count the objects in each set, and then, they’ll draw a line matching the set to the correct number.
This is also a great activity for strengthening counting and number recognition skills. In addition, drawing the matching line is good for hand-eye coordination.
Christmas Books for Kids
I like to add books to my lessons as often as possible. I find that they add a special element of learning fun to our activities.
These are some of our favorite Christmas books for kids. Add them to your reading list this holiday season!
- The Night Before Christmas – The Night Before Christmas is an enchanting Christmas story that has brought Santa Claus to life for generations.
- The Polar Express – A young boy, lying awake one Christmas Eve, is welcomed aboard a magical train to the North Pole . . .
- How the Grinch Stole Christmas! – Grow your heart three sizes—and dazzle your eyes—with this FULL COLOR edition of the beloved holiday classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas!—the perfect gift for under the tree and for Dr. Seuss fans and collectors any time of year!
- A Charlie Brown Christmas – Celebrate Christmas with Charlie Brown and the rest of the Peanuts gang in this gorgeous retelling of the beloved Christmas special!
- Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer – All of the other reindeer make fun of Rudolph and won’t let him play in their reindeer games because he’s different. But when Christmas is almost cancelled because of a huge snowstorm, Rudolph comes to the rescue with his wonderful shiny red nose.
Christmas Printables for Preschoolers
If you’d like to fill your learning time with more Christmas activities for preschoolers, be sure to check these fun ideas:
- Christmas Math Worksheets
- Christmas Count and Clip Cards
- Christmas Emergent Reader from Totschooling
- Christmas Counting Mats from Living Life and Learning
Turn ordinary laundry pins into a fun clothespin Christmas tree ornament that your kids will love hanging on the tree this season.
Cut and paste Christmas worksheets give students an opportunity to strengthen scissor skills while practice counting, beginning sounds, and more.
These Christmas activity tokens are a great way to make memories with your preschoolers this holiday season.
How about stuffing your child’s stocking with some homemade playdough that smells just like gingerbread cookies?
Sensory bins are a great hands-on way to engage preschoolers! This Santa’s Comin’ to Town sensory bin is perfect for the month of December.