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🎅 Christmas Santa Sleigh Counting Math Actions for Kindergarten

December 5, 2022
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This fun, hands-on Christmas counting idea allows preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age children to sneak in some fun holiday math in December! These Christmas counting activities also help strengthen fine motor skills too! Simply print the Christmas math and you are ready for an engaging math center or Christmas activity for kindergarten!

Christmas Counting

Adorable Santa Clause math idea for December! Use this Christmas counting with preschoolers and kindergartners. Simply print the free Christmas math printable counting cards and grab some paper clips. They will get to use counting chain links! This Christmas math is a fun way to reinforce subitizing and counting skills. These link chain cards will have kids identifying the number then use plastic link chains to show the number on each card. These can also fit inside a task box, so prep them once and have them ready for each year.

Christmas Math

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Christmas Counting Activities

To prepare

  • Grab the activity cards below
  • Print in color or black and white
  • Cut the cards out.
  • A hole puncher to add dots
  • Prepare some plastic link chains

Christmas Activities for Kindergarten

Christmas Activities for Kindergarten

To play

  • Students will be working on their cards in a group. They take one card and identify the number on that card.
  • They then grab a chain link, and place that many onto Santa’s sleigh to show how many gifts he has.
  • They can add the link chains on various places on each card, it doesn’t quite matter as long as they add the correct number of links.
  • I usually check their work as I go around the class.

Christmas Kindergarten

Use these cards to help kids develop subitizing and fine motor skills and their number knowledge. Kids need to master their counting and number identification skills as it is a critical component to prepare them for more complex reasoning and mathematic skills.

Introduce the number digit cards and show the students how to use link chains to add them to each card. You could possibly have your pre-schoolers work on easier numbers by counting 1 to 5 and the kindergarteners to work on counting 1 to 10. A great way to work on these cards is to create a competition where the kids have to complete all the cards in a group.

This game can also be played as a group, It’ll be even more enjoyable to have the competition game played between groups.

Fizzy Gingerbread Man Christmas Science Experiment was a huge hit!  Children from toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, to first grade students will enjoy this Christmas Science Activities perfect for making learning fun in December. This magical Melting Christmas tree project is sure to bring some magic and fun into your day this holiday seasons! Try this simple, easy Christmas Science Experiments with preschoolers, kindergartners, toddlers, and grade 1 students to sneak in some fun Christmas Learning! This Chemistry Christmas tree is such a fun Christmas activity for kids to try this holiday season!  Want to add a little more magic into your Christmas holiday season this year? Your kids eyes will get wide with this fun Christmas science experiment. The best part? This Magic Melting peppermint science experiment takes literally 2 minutes to set it up! This Christmas science is perfect for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students to try in December.

Christmas Science Experiments for Kids

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Alphabet-Trace-and-Erase-Christmas-Ornaments Christmas Worksheets for Preschool Kids are going to love these interactive, Free printable Christmas Playdough Mats! Let their creativity soar as they play, learn, and strengthen their fine motor skills while helping decorate the Christmas tree, decorating the gingerbread man, helping Santa Claus getting on his iconic red suit, and more!  Simply print the pdf file with the 10 different free Christmas playdough mats to have fun with toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age students this December!

Christmas Printables

Looking for ideas for fun Christmas learning with free Christmas printables? Check out these fun resources:

Fun, hands-on Christmas counting idea to sneak in some fun holiday math in December! Print the Christmas math activities for kindergarten!

Santa Math

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