Download these Winter Fun count and graph worksheets to add to your seasonal math centers. They are perfect for preschool and kindergarten!
This counting activity is perfect for your preschool winter activities! Count and graph worksheets help kids develop their visual discrimination and counting skills with a fun Santa Claus theme that is fun for preschoolers.
Add these winter printables for preschool to your upcoming winter play dates, classroom activities, or math centers.
Winter Fun Count and Graph Worksheets
Here’s a fun no-prep count and graph math pack for preschool and kindergarten kiddos! It is perfect for busy preschool moms and teachers. It’s so simple to use. These pages are perfect for your seasonal preschool activities.
To complete this count and graph activity, show your little ones how to find and count the first image. Count all the yellow mittens 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 preschoolers have 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 prefer to have them color each column a different color. This helps preschoolers 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 yellow mittens and polar bears are there altogether? How many more hot chocolate mugs are there than snowmen?
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.
Why teach graphing in preschool?
Teaching preschoolers graphing is an exciting and valuable skill that sets a strong foundation for their future learning. Graphing not only helps children develop their math and analytical skills but also enhances their critical thinking abilities. As parents and teachers, we have the opportunity to introduce this concept in a fun and engaging way.
Graphing allows preschoolers to visually represent data, making it easier for them to understand complex information. It teaches them how to organize and categorize objects or ideas, fostering their ability to make comparisons and draw conclusions. By presenting data in a visual format, children can grasp concepts like counting, sorting, and patterns more effectively.
Moreover, graphing encourages creativity and problem-solving. Children can collect data through various hands-on activities, such as counting objects, tallying results, or conducting surveys. This process enables them to engage actively in their learning, sparking their curiosity and encouraging them to think critically about the world around them.
By introducing graphing at an early age, we can cultivate essential skills that will benefit children throughout their academic journey and beyond. They will develop their ability to interpret and analyze information, laying the groundwork for success in subjects like math, science, and even social studies. Moreover, graphing promotes communication skills as children learn to express their findings and observations verbally.
So let’s embark on this graphing adventure with our preschoolers! Together, we can provide them with a solid foundation in early childhood education while fostering their love for learning and exploration. Stay tuned for practical tips and creative ideas on how to teach graphing to our little ones. Let’s empower them to become confident problem solvers and lifelong learners.
Preschool Books About Winter
Winter is a magical time, especially for preschoolers eager to explore the wonders of the season.
Reading preschool books about winter not only sparks their imagination but also enhances their language and literacy skills.
Snuggling up with a cozy blanket and a captivating story transports little ones to a world filled with snowflakes, snowmen, and chilly adventures.
These books provide a perfect opportunity for parents and teachers to engage in meaningful conversations, introducing vocabulary related to winter and encouraging children to share their thoughts and experiences.
So grab a cup of hot cocoa, gather your little ones, and dive into the enchanting world of winter through the pages of delightful preschool books.
Let the journey begin!
Walking in a Winter Wonderland – The classic and beloved winter holiday song “Walking in a Winter Wonderland” is brought to life with bright and colorful illustrations.
Ten on the Sled – In the land of the midnight sun, all the animals are having fun speeding down the hill on Caribou’s sled. But as they go faster and faster, Seal, Hare, Walrus, and the others all fall off . . . until just the caribou’s left, only and lonely.
The Biggest Snowman Ever – When the mayor of Mouseville announces the town snowman contest, Clayton and Desmond claim that they will each make the biggest snowman ever. But building a huge snowman alone is hard! They work and work, but their snowmen just aren’t big enough.
Winter Fun for Preschoolers
This 16-piece snowman decorating kit includes everything a well-dressed snowman needs: a black felt top hat, button eyes, button smile, carrot nose, pipe, scarf, and buttons.
Fill your book basket with a wonderful collection of winter themed books for toddlers. These chunky books are perfect for little hands!