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Don’t miss these Santa count and graph worksheets! They will make a great addition to your Christmas math centers at home or in the classroom.
This holiday themed counting activity is perfect for your preschool Christmas activities! It will help kids develop their visual discrimination and counting skills with a fun Santa Claus theme that is fun for preschoolers.
Add these free preschool printables to your upcoming holiday play dates, classroom activities, or December math centers.
Santa Count and Graph Worksheets
Here’s a fun no-prep count and graph math pack that is print and go! This makes it perfect for busy preschool moms and teachers. It’s so simple to use. These pages are perfect for your holiday preschool activities.
To complete this count and graph activity, show your preschoolers and kindergarteners how to find and count the first image. Count all the candy canes in the box at the top of the page. Now, have them write that number in the box under the first column. Continue in this manner with the other five images.When your preschooler has completed the find and count portion of this worksheet pack, show them how to graph their results.
Encourage your student to color one square for each image they found according to the image at the bottom of each column. I like to have them color each column a different color. This helps little ones “see” the differences in each column better.
Once they’ve completed the graphing activity, ask questions to help your preschoolers compare and analyze the data on the graph. Which object had the most? Which had the least? How many candy canes and Santas are there all together? How many more cookies are there than Christmas trees?
There are a couple of different ways you can use this count and graph activity. To use these pages in a math center, print one copy of the graphing page. Laminate it or slip it in a dry erase pocket.
Then, print out a graphing sheet for each student. Let your preschoolers write the numbers on the counting page with dry erase marker. Then, they can color their graphing page to be turned in.
You could also laminate the graphing page and let your students use dry erase markers, as well. This is a great way to make the activity reusable for both group and individual use.
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT SANTA.
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about Santa. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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Where Would Santa Go? – Join Santa in this playful sleigh-ful Christmas adventure as he shows you all his favorite places around the world from his magic sleigh on Christmas Eve.
Santa’s Toy Shop – In this delightful story, Santa wants time to play with all the wonderful toys he and the elves have made, but he’s just too busy–until Mrs. Claus gives him an idea!
Mrs. Claus Takes the Reins – It’s Christmas Eve morning, and Santa Claus is still in bed! He’s feeling stuffy and sneezy and slow as a yeti. Will Christmas have to be canceled? Not this year! Because Mrs. Claus is ready to take the reins in Santa’s place.
Whether you’re traveling to visit family or you’re looking for a quiet time activity for your little ones, these holiday-themed reusable puffy sticker sets are just what you need to entertain your tots and preschoolers.
‘Tis the season to play Happy Holidays 4×4 Bingo! These printable PDFs contain everything you need to play Bingo.
Fill your holiday book basket with these precious Christmas books for preschoolers. You’ll find a mix of classics and new favorites kids will love.
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