Preschool Christmas Math Printables Kids will Love – truly! What if math for your preschooler could always be bright and colorful and fun and related to the nearest holiday or event or experience?
Preschool Christmas Math Printables
Preschool learning can be great fun in the holidays. Kids love learning with themes and Christmas is the perfect time to gather your printables and inspire them. I’ve always loved to connect my preschool kids worksheets and subjects with their actual lives. Day trips, activities, holidays, concerts, events, church topics and favorite toys can all be tied into your learning time.
In fact, preschool kids love to learn in themes. So using our Christmas printable kids will love for math throughout December is fun and engaging. If these are perfect for your little ones, you will also love these Christmas worksheets for practicing letter formation.
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This set is Nativity Math Worksheets! What could be more precious than that? Each page is centered around the Christ child and His birth while preschool math skills are reviewed.
Scope and Sequence – Math Sheets
Our math worksheets cover typical preschool skills like scissor skills, puzzle skills, counting and number sense, number matching, writing numbers to 100, writing number names, number formation, and we even have a printed dice game to play together for a preschool introduction to probability.
Although, I don’t have preschool aged kids any more, I can tell you we loved using these kinds of worksheets together when my kids were little. And I’m pretty sure my nine year olds are going to enjoy the dice game anyway, even though it’s a little young for them.
Using Your Math Pack
So, how do you use our Christmas Printables kids pack? Well for one thing, start by printing a copy for each child who will be doing the work. If you have twins, print a copy for each. Even of the roll-a-dice cube.
Then, pick one activity to do each day. You can repeat activities as often as needed – so pick whatever is on your child’s level and make multiple copies to use until they master the skill or you are ready to move on. For instance, you could have your child practice writing to 100 each day for a week IF they are enjoying it, and improving in skill and that’s where you are skill-wise. Or, you can just do one thing a day and move through them pretty quickly knowing that you will circle back around to anything not mastered.
Enjoy preschool with your kids with these fun preschool Nativity math worksheets and let us know how it goes!